Legacies: Black Men

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
Cedar Rapids Public Library - Downtown Library at Whipple Auditorium
 A legacy is defined as a thing handed down by a predecessor. In this series, we focus on the legacies we are living and what we want our legacies to be. Each session features a different topic with a few individuals sharing personal stories on that topic.On February 23, we will feature four unique 10-minute presentations, each with a different take on the topic of "Black Men.""From Liberia to Iowa"Karl CassellCEO/PresidentHorizons, A Family Service Alliance"The Loneliest Number"Stacey WalkerLinn County Supervisor District 2Linn County Iowa Government"Have I Done Enough, Black Man?"Anthony ArringtonBranch ManagerManpower"Servant First Leadership"George Ramsey IIIDirector of Training and DevelopmentFour OaksJoin us and be part of a community dialogue. Many thanks to these partners: Cedar Rapids Civil Rights Commission, FlowMedia, Rockwell Collins, United Way of East Central Iowa, City of Cedar Rapids, the African American Museum of Iowa, KHAS Radio, and the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation.

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