THE WORK OF THE
HISTORICAL RECOVERY AND STEPS FORWARD FOR TWIN CITIES LEADERS AND BEYOND St. Thomas is taking a leadership role in working with companies and other
organizations that desire to learn about historical recovery and issues of racial justice. Dr. Yohuru Williams is uniquely qualified and welcomes the opportunity to speak to large groups, as well as work with organizations in finding ways they can make a meaningful impact in the Twin Cities community. EDUCATING THE PUBLIC THROUGH SPEAKER SERIES An engaging community-facing speaker series, hosted both in-person and virtually, will be a critical part of the Racial Justice Initiative as we begin to educate the greater community about African American history as a foundational step to learning, making change and eradicating barriers. Dr. Williams will lead the series and include other experts in the field and community.
ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH DIALOGUE AND PARTNERSHIPS
Once the community has participated in the process of historical recovery, the critical conversations can begin. The Racial Justice Initiative will convene community members to share best practices and develop potential partnerships surrounding housing, education, social justice, health care and more.
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