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FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd
Film Screening - From Protestors to Politicians: Ferguson Activists 5 Years Later
Followed by a panel discussion.
SATURDAY, APRIL 4th
- Blackness in Machine Learning and AI: Trailblazing in Uncertainty
- Presidential Power of Hip Hop: The Influence of Hip Hop Music in 2020 Politics
- The Family Reunion: Building Community and Solidarity within the African Diaspora
- Black Liberation: Decarceration and Prison Abolition as a Way Forward
- Reparations Now? - Reframing the Conversation, Re-envisioning Solutions
- From the Hurricane Katrina to the Flint Water Crisis: Why Black People Must Remain on the Frontlines of the Struggle for Environmental and Climate Justice
- The Black Body and Healthcare: Understanding and Addressing the Historical Impacts of Health Inequities
- Let Her Learn: Understanding & Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline for Black Girls
- Black Prosperity and Wealth Building : Assessing Racial Wealth Inequality in Black Communities
- Networking Reception
- VIP Reception
After the Party
- Conference After-Party
SUNDAY, APRIL 5th