In the midst of the most significant black protest movement in half a century, the Black Lives Matter movement, America has discovered that Millennials have found their voice. In Los Angeles, they have refused to be distracted in the face of both criticism and controversy, and they have City of Los Angeles leaders on the run as they raise persistent questions on the state of police-community relations in the face of delayed response to several controversial officer involved shootings. This national and local protests have many asking, “What do they want?
It is time to let next generation leaders speak for themselves. Our Newsmakers will be:
- Sydney Kamlanger, LACCD Trustee
- Alex Johnson, LA County Education Board Member
- Janet D. Kelly, Non Profit Leader
- Dr. Melina Abdullah, Professor of Pan African Studies/Advisor – Black Lives Matter/L.A., moderator of this panel discussion.
The forum will be held at the following location:
West Angeles Crystal Room
3045 Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Lot/Garage Parking is free.
Breakfast is FREE and will be served (starting at 7:30 a.m.).
Program starts promptly at 8:00 a.m.
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