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Building Bridges: Race Relations in the COVID-19 Era
Building Bridges: Race Relations in the COVID-19 Era

Wed, Jun 02



Building Bridges: Race Relations in the COVID-19 Era

Over the last year, the Los Angeles Times – in partnership with the Los Angeles Urban League, HOPE, and CAUSE – has conducted a series of statewide polls on issues relating to race relations, discrimination, and more.

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Jun 02, 2021, 11:00 AM



Results from the most recent poll show a profound shift in how Californians view discrimination and racial injustice in their state. Join leaders from the AAPI, Black, Jewish, and Latinx communities for a discussion about what this latest poll reveals about race in California, as well as what it can tell us about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted different communities.

Join several of California’s most respected community leaders as they discuss solutions and a path forward.

Featuring our Building Bridges partners:

Jewish Center for Justice

Los Angeles Urban League

Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE)

Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment (CAUSE)

Moderator: Museum Board Member Dan Schnur, Professor at USC Annenberg School for Communication and UC Berkeley.


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