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Critical Conversation Starter: Milwaukee Civic Response Economic Recovery Team

Date/Time
Date(s) - Wednesday, December 16th
7:00 pm CST - 8:00 pm CST

Location


dsc0801-version-2In response to the pandemic crisis Milwaukee’s Civic Response Team – a structured, multi-pronged collaboration between the Mayor’s Office and leaders of local philanthropic and non-profit organizations – was established. In looking at the current and long-term repercussions, an Economic Recovery Team was developed.

With the knowledge that the pandemic has disproportionately impacted populations already struggling with access to fundamental needs, the Economic Recovery Team will address urgent issues of education and technology accessibility, early education, mental health, physical health, food, housing and transportation. The focus will be on the recovery as it specifically affects black and brown households toward ensuring that the recovery happens in a more equitable way.

Join us for a panel discussion including the following participants:
– Kristi Luzar, Executive Director, Urban Economic Development Association of Wisconsin
– Nancy Hernandez, President, Hispanic Collaborative
– Dr. Janette Mitchell, Founder and Chief Catalyst, African American Leadership Alliance of Milwaukee

Registration is Required to Access the Zoom Session

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This program is free and open to the public.
Please consider donating whatever amount you can to support the Museum’s mission.

Sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.


Critical Conversation Starters: Social Justice Series

Take an in-depth look at the plight and fight surrounding fundamental human and civil rights issues taking place around the country and in Milwaukee. In this engaging, edifying series, national, community and organizational leaders, will discuss vital social justice topics – historical, novel, amplified, systemic, evolving – amid a time of unrest and uncertainty. Prejudicial treatment, cultural bias, accessibility, and opportunity barriers are social ills that can and must be addressed. Hear about the impact on Milwaukee, how diverse organizations are involved, and what services and initiatives are in place and being developed to combat these ails and effect positive change.

Check out the other two programs in the Critical Conversation Starters: Social Justice Series:
– Charlottesville and the Case Against White SupremacyThursday, October 8, 7:00 PM
The Evolving Role and Impact of Philanthropic and Non-Profit Organizations, Tuesday, November 10, 7:00 PM

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