Thursday, April 8
Livestreamed through the Kenosha Democratic Party Facebook page.
Please join us for part 3 of our Building Hope: Your Voice Matters series.
Building Hope: Your Voice Matters is a panel series to address systemic racism in our communities by lifting up local voices of those who are working to create unity and build stronger communities. The focus of this third discussion in the series is Building Community through Nonprofits. Our special guests are Sharon Pomaville from the Sharing Center, Arnetta Griffin from God’s Kitchen, Tamarra Coleman from the Shalom Center and Leif Peterson from the Welcome Center.
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Why: LIHF and the KCDP are partnered on this project in order to provide a platform for people in the Kenosha community working to improve our community and to create a heightened awareness of the lifelong effects of racism. Our panelists come from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences. The purpose is for us to get to know one another in our community and to grow in unity through this experience. This event is open to the public, and all are encouraged to attend.