April 22, 2021 | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
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As we look forward one year after COVID-19 shook the world, WCCD is pleased to host RESILIENCE: Health Equity and Recovery of Black & Brown Communities Post-COVID-19. We will welcome panelists in the health, education and government sectors to engage in conversations around protecting our communities in times of crisis, the importance of Black women elevating from our spaces and creating stronger partnerships with community-based organizations. Guests can also expect to leave with a greater understanding of how community development practitioners can operate with an equity lens.
Confirmed speakers (pictured left to right above):
- Dr. Yolandra Hancock, Adjunct Professor of Prevention and Community Health, George Washington University
- Marissa McKeever, Esquire, Director of Government and Community Affairs, Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Dinetta Parrott, Senior Development Officer, Brookings Institute
Registration fees: This event is free for WCCD Members who are current on their membership dues; Non-Member Fee: $50.