A Spotlight on Ohio Fighting COVID-19 & Racism in 2020+

Town Hall

Ohio has been leading the nation in COVID-19 Response and cautiously weighing in on reopening.

This town hall seeks to have a dynamic dialogue on COVID-19 recovery and preparedness, especially, those particularly vulnerable due to the effects of multi-generational or "legacy poverty" of a broken social system. Speakers will seek to discuss the following issues:

• Racism & Policing Policies
• Healthcare access and equity
• Accurate data collection
• Education access and equity
• Economic equity to pandemic recovery and emergency support
• Emergency compensation for essential workers
• COVID19-access and equity for incarcerated population

Date:: Thursday, June 25th
Time:: 3 p.m. East / 2 p.m. Central / 12 pm Pacific
Place: The link to participate in the virtual town hall will be sent by email with the confirmation. Please review your spam folder in case you do not see the confirmation email in your inbox.

Host:
• David Cruz, LULAC Communications Director

Panelists:
• Domingo García, LULAC National President
• Sindy Benavides, LULAC CEO
• José López, LULAC VP for the Midwest
• Alicia Pagan, LULAC Ohio State Director
• Nan Whaley, Dayton Mayor
• Jessica E. Miranda, State Representative, Ohio’s 28th House District
• Richard S. Biehl, Director & Chief of Police, City of Dayton
• Tom Roberts, President of the Ohio Conference of the NAACP
• Derrick L. Foward, President, Dayton Unit NAACP, Ohio Conference NAACP, Vice President, Chairman, Credentials Committee, Member, Life Membership Committee

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