Tue, Nov 29|
Holocaust Museum LA
Building Bridges: Repairing Our City
After a leak of racially divisive comments made by Los Angeles political leaders became public last month, our city has been grappling with one of the most difficult challenges we have faced in many years. How does a city as vibrant and diverse as Los Angeles heal our wounds?
Time & Location
Nov 29, 2022, 7:00 PM
Holocaust Museum LA , 100 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA
Building Bridges is a monthly cross-cultural discussion series that brings together leaders from diverse communities for conversations about working toward common goals for a more humane and dignified community.
Join us for our signature conversation series as we take this important series to an in-person gathering. Discussing the divisions we face in our city and laying out potential solutions for us to consider are: Michael Lawson, President and CEO of the Los Angeles Urban League, Nancy Yap, Executive Director of CAUSE (Center for Asian Americans United for Empowerment), and Helen Torres, Executive Director and CEO of HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality). This community conversation is moderated by USC and UC-Berkeley professor Dan Schnur.
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