Please join us for a talk by Natasha Thomas-Jackson, Regional Manager, NextGen America. There is an art and science to effectively organizing in communities and making social justice a reality for all – one that involves empathy, intersectionality, and a fundamental understanding of systemic challenges that individuals and communities face. This talk will explore these issues and provide information, resources, and best practices for how we can practically engage communities to create a more socially just, inclusive, and healthy world.
FREE ADMISSION. Food will be provided. Registration is required. Space is limited. To register, call 810-237-3450 or click the “Buy Now” button below.
Date: Monday, October 1
Time: 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley St. Flint, MI 48503
This event is part of the Flint Truth and Action Partnership Project Speaker Series, presented with the University of Michigan-Flint Office of University Outreach. Attendees are encouraged to explore Sloan Museum’s free exhibit “RACE: Are We So Different?” open through December 9, 2018.
Sponsored by UM-Flint