Friday, February 26, 2021 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Please join writers Natalie Hopkinson and Sheryll Cashin for a lively exploration of racial justice, segregation, and the resilience of Black culture within our shared, ever-evolving democracy - in the context of our city, Washington, DC. This hour-long conversation (via Zoom) will probe the topic of DC's changing racial and economic demographics and touch upon what both segregation and gentrification have meant for its residents, in the arts, schools, neighborhoods, and halls of local and federal power. Additionally, we are honored to present Dr. Hopkinson with the PRRAC Civil Rights Award marking our 30th anniversary.
Poverty & Race Research Action Council