Panel Discussion on Common Good: A Model for Community Engagement and Racial Equity
National Archives at Kansas City
Kansas City, MO
On Tuesday, December 4 at 6:30 p.m., the National Archives in partnership with American Public Square, will host an evening panel discussion on Common Good: A Model for Community Engagement and Racial Equity. This program will take place at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center. Reservations are requested for this free program.
In the fourth program of the KC Common Good series, panelists and community leaders will discuss ways to create a city-wide cooperative effort to address violence and violent crime in Kansas City. They will talk about how and why racial equality and racial equity are keys to reducing crime and violence. Can we create a shared vision in which all Metro residents feel invested in making Kansas City less violent? Program panelists include: Irene Caudillo, El Centro; Terry Dunn, JE Dunn Construction; Rev. Wallace Hartsfield, Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church; with Rabbi Mark Levin, Congregation Beth Torah as the moderator.
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