CWSC Independence Day National Town Hall – Black Lives Matter Too


Black Lives Matter Too: Towards A More Perfect Union and More Just Society

NATIONAL — Join us Saturday, July 4th, 2020 at 10 a.m. (EST), the CWSC Town Hall Black Lives Matter Too: Towards A More Perfect Union and More Just Society with panelists: Attorney Edward Ahmed Mitchell, Council on American Islamic Relations; Dr. Roy Kaplan, Africana Studies Department, University of South Florida, Debbie Shankman, CWSC Interfaith Relations; Dr. Constance Shabazz, medical practitioner and AM360 national talk show host for Health Talk 360, and Chaplain Imam Abdul Azeez, Ash-Shifaa Inc; this discussion, moderated by CWSC Executive Director Mukhtar Muhammad, is also intended to help you join the group intellect in writing a National Think Tank Resolution preliminarily titled:  Re-Opening the U.S. Economy, Intellect, Faith and Heart: A Post COVID-19 Path to Resetting the Social and Economic Balance of Justice in America.

Connecting intellects, hearts, and minds for maximum productivity across America  We tackle big issues facing communities in a “Straight to The Point” discussion at with guest panelists, moderators, and you. The Town Hall offers the forum to help discover the solutions without fear of touching the “third rail.”

Join live streaming on or dial (701)719-4197. Ask a question or comment live at the studio Connect live by dialing (515)605-9891. Visit or leave a comment at (910) 317-0297.

See related link:s Black Lives Matter Too…Coming Independence Day

References mentioned:

Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America’s Legacy of Enduring Injury And Healing. Joy DeGruy Leary | Randall Robinson

The Black Tax: The Cost of Being Black in America. Shawn D. Rochester

The Myth of Post-Racial America: Searching for Equality in the Age of Materialism. Dr. Roy Kaplan

Understanding Conflict and Change in a Multicultural World. Dr. Roy Kaplan

Genesis of New American Leadership: Building the Community. Mukhtar Muhammad

Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do. Dr. Jennifer L. Eberhardt




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