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The Obama Presidency & Race Relations in America: Better, Worse, or Still the Same?
Monday, July 23, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Have race relations in America improved, gotten worse or stayed the same since the election of Barack Obama? Are we living in a post-racial society? Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on this issue on Monday, July 23rd at the MLK Library in Downtown, Washington, DC.
We'll ask our panelists if the historic election of the first African American president changed the dialogue on race relations and discuss the significance of the changing demographics in America. Our panelists will also offer their thoughts on President Obama's response to various racial issues, including the "Beer Summit" (pictured above) and the Trayvon Martin case.
We hope you'll join us for what promises to be a lively discussion on a relevant issue. Districtly Speaking is your social and political soapbox!
Clare Bresnahan, Programs Director, Women's Campaign Fund & She Should Run Foundation
A.J. Hoff, Job Coach, National Children's Center
Sandra Paredes, Health Communication Professional, Westlat
Damara Catlett, Associate, The Raben Group
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From Capitol Hill to far outside the Beltway, DISTRICTLY SPEAKING rounds up the most talked about issues and brings them to you at our monthly town halls.
Grab the mic! DISTRICTLY SPEAKING is your political and social soapbox.
Host Jonelle Henry invites you to
join the conversation.