Community as Classroom: Reparations & Building Coalitions

On Saturday, February 8, 2020, join Center for Constitutional Rights Bertha Justice Fellow Brittany Thomas in a discourse around reparations and how we might build a coalition across nations and cultural spheres to have our justice claim fully addressed.  The discussion is a part of the Weeksville Heritage Center's celebration of Black History Month. Joining Brittany will be representatives from National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA), National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), Regional Council for Africans in the Americas (RCAA), scholars, and artists. The audience will engage in a Story Circle led by Ebony Noelle Golden, Founder and CEO of Betty’s Daughter’s Art Collaborative

For more information of the exciting full day of activites and to register, visit the event page

When
02/08/2020 4:00 PM through  5:30 PM
Location
Weeksville Heritage Center
158 Buffalo Avenue
Brooklyn, 11213
United States
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Event Details
Interest Areas Racial Injustice
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