It Takes a Village: From Pandemic to Protest | Online Event
In partnership with CD Forum and LANGSTON, NAAM invites you to join us for It Takes a Village: From Pandemic to Protest, a community conversation on collective well-being.
Our organizations aim to bring awareness around wellness, community care, and support for the most vulnerable among us. We’ve invited local community leaders, organizations, direct service, and arts institutions to join in a collective conversation to discuss COVID-19, examining the disease in the midst of the broader disease of racism. We enter this conversation intentionally to be as inclusive as possible with varying perspectives as a space to cultivate transparency, resources, collaboration, and thoughtfulness from a Black-led perspective.
The conversation will be moderated by Sharon Williams of Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas and will include the voices of:
• Jazmyn Scott | LANGSTON • Dr. Benjamin Danielson | Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic • Antonesha Jackson | Exclusive Boutique and Ladies Who Hustle LLC • Marcus Green | South Seattle Emerald • Kirk Mead | Seattle Public Schools
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