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Black History Month Power Panel





What an empowering  Black History Month 2024 Panel Discussion at Crenshaw Church of Christ sponsored our commUnity partners Together, we will hear from our amazing panelist; Tara Perry who is a local activist and candidate for State Assembly, Skipp Townsend from 2nd Call who is a community peace keeper in LA County, Sherlett Hendy Newbill for School Board who is a South LA educator and candidate for LAUSD School Board, Brother Alvin Edington Jr. Associate Minister at Metropolitan Church Of Christ Online and LAPD Deputy Chief Emada Elizabeth Tingirides!


These amazing panelists will give us a snapshot of who they are, will breakdown a bit of their own black history, and will share their perspectives on where the black community in LA, currently finds itself since the 2020 George Floyd International Civil Unrest.

This panel discussion promises to be a significant event that brings together influential figures from various sectors within the black community in Los Angeles. Each panelist, such as Tara Perry, Skipp Townsend, Sherlett Hendy Newbill, Alvin Edington Jr., and Emada Elizabeth Tingirides, represents a unique perspective and contribution to the ongoing narrative of empowerment and progress. The gathering at Crenshaw Church of Christ, supported by organizations like Reimagine L.A. Foundation and California Rising, highlights the collaborative efforts aimed at fostering unity and positive change within the community. As these esteemed individuals share their stories and insights, attendees can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and triumphs faced by the black community in Los Angeles. The discussion will delve into personal narratives, historical contexts, and the current social landscape post-2020 George Floyd International Civil Unrest. By engaging with these diverse voices, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the past, present, and future of the black experience in the city, fostering dialogue, awareness, and solidarity among all participants.

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