The sixth virtual Cleveland Consent Decree Community Conversation takes place tomorrow, June 9th from 6:00-7:30 p.m., focusing on Families and Communities Building Resilience. The session is co-presented by United Way of Greater Cleveland and NAACP – Cleveland Branch.
MEET OUR JUNE CONVERSATION LEADERS
Brenda Bickerstaff, sister of Craig Bickerstaff who was 27 years old when hedied in 2002
Alicia Kirkman, mother of Angelo Miller who was 17 years old when he died in 2007
Samaria Rice, mother of Tamir Rice who was 12 years old when he died in 2014
Bernadette Rolen, mother of Daniel Ficker who was 27 years old when he died in 2011
Dr. Victoria Winbush, Professor of Social Work, Cleveland State University
Rick Jackson, Senior Host & Producer, WVIZ PBS & WCPN NPR
A livestream will be available on the City Club of Cleveland’s YouTube channel by clicking here. A replay will also be available immediately after the session concludes. Registration is free and open for all to join the conversation at unitedwaycleveland.org.
This 11-month virtual event series is complimentary and open to the public. The 2021 initiative is part of United Way of Greater Cleveland’s Public Policy Agenda to advocate, convene and support issues that impact Greater Cleveland. The series is possible through partnership with The City Club of Cleveland.