Please join Parents For Peace for a critical and frank conversation on overcoming bigotry and finding solutions for reconciliation. Scheduled to honor the fifth anniversary of the 2015 shooting at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, this timely discussion will empower people to productively and effectively address bigotry in their daily lives, as the country struggles to address racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd and others recently lost to race-inspired violence.
Community activists, former supremacists, and police leaders offer unique perspectives in addressing hate and public safety. This town hall will address insight and reconciliation for parents, students, and community leaders. The event is an opportunity to explore what can be done to overcome bigotry and protect at-risk children.