CINCINNATI BLACK PRIDE & EQUALITY OHIO present a

BLACK LIVES MATTER TOWN HALL:

DO ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER?

WEDNESDAY • JUNE 10, 2020

7:30PM - 9:00PM EST

Join the Cincinnati Black Pride community and our friends and allies nationally as we have a conversation with a diverse panel of leaders in Cincinnati speaking to the question: Do All Black Lives Matter? Amid the fight for Black lives, a movement started and advanced, in part, by Black queer women, there is still sexism, homophobia, and transphobia among many that suggest the lives of some Black people aren't as valuable as others. How do we fight for the injustices of unarmed Black men who have been killed at the hands of law enforcement while also acknowledging that Black women, and members in the Black LGBTQ+ community, particularly trans folx, are also victims? What can do as a community to stop police brutality? From protest to voter mobilization, boycotting to coalition building, understanding that it will take multiple strategies - we will discuss it all.

FREE TO ATTEND

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MODERATED BY: 

Siobhan Boyd-Nelson

Development Director, Equality Ohio

 

Panelists:

Kareem (K.A.) Simpson

Publicist, BlackOut Cincy

Janiah Miller

Director of Community Relations for Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney

Alijah OShea Davis

Black Trans Educator & Activist

Darnell Pierre Benjamin

Professional Performing Artist, Director, Choreographer, Educator, and Activist

Philip D. Stowers

Board Member, Southwest Ohio Prism, Equitas Health, and PAR-Projects

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Siobhan

Boyd-Nelson

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Kareem (K.A.)

Simpson

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Janiah

Miller

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Alijah OShea Davis

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Darnell Pierre Benjamin

Philip D.

Stowers

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Cincy Black Pride

P.O. Box 24072  /  Cincinnati, OH 45224  /  (513) 818-9596  /  cincyblackpride@gmail.com

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