Folks are so busy working to earn a living and simply survive, especially during this pandemic, that there is little time to study political structures and candidates and records and whatever else is needed to make sense of the election. Lunch and Learn will offer an intensive crash course through relaxed, casual chats, that will help us all to be able to make decisions that yield the best outcomes for us, our families, and our broader communities.

Nkechi Taifa, author of Black Power, Black Lawyer: My Audacious Quest For Justice

Nkechi Taifa, author of Black Power, Black Lawyer: My Audacious Quest For Justice

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Civics 101: American Government

Civics 101: American Government   Guest: Tim Williams

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We Got This! Young Folks’ America as They See It

We Got This! Young Folks’ America as They See It

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Lunch and Learn: Liberation Theology and Genesis 1:27

Lunch and Learn: Liberation Theology and Genesis 1:27 Guest Rev. Reggie Williams Rev. Kim Shelton

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Online Events

Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr.

Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr., Mama Akua Njeri, Attorney James D. Montgomery, Moderated by Professor Kim Delaney

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In Our Mothers’ Gardens

Dr. Kim Dulaney: Director of Education, DuSable Museum of African American History - Moderator   SHANTRELLE P.

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The Black Maternal Health Crisis Series: The Impact of Medical Racism

the DuSable Museum of African American History, Center for Health Equity Transformation, The Congressional Caucus On Black

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