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About This Event
More than 150 years after the emancipation proclamation, the COVID-19 pandemic exposed and exacerbated the inequalities and systemic racism Black communities still endure. In honor of Juneteenth, activists Alicia Garza and Liz Dozier reflect on how building long-term political power and representation for Black communities is essential to shape policy discussions, overcome historical barriers, and achieve an equitable future for everyone.
Copies of Alicia Garza’s latest book, The Purpose of Power: How We Came Together When We Fall Apart, are available for sale from The Book Cellar.