Building a Strategy for Black America

Story by RainbowPush Coalition

Today, our nation faces a man-made crisis. On a daily basis, the Trump administration is working to roll back our civil and human rights. As history has taught us, we are our strongest when we operate with unified determination. Today is no different. Our community demands that we collaborate to ensure its strength and viability in the face of empowered hostile elements that seek to not only impede our progress but reverse our hard-fought gains.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., in conjunction with the Rainbow/ PUSH Coalition, invites you to participate in a national public panel discussion concerning the future of the Black Community

7 p.m. on September 11th

United Negro College Fund

1805 7th Street Northwest

Washington, DC, 20001

Leaders from all of our civil rights organizations, denominational conventions, presidents, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Black Greek lettered organizations members of the community, members of the Congressional Black Caucus, UNCF, Thurgood Marshall Fund, and the National Black Lawyer’s Association, have been invited. Our goal is to identify a set of practical strategies that can be implemented to target the following priority concerns: voter rights reform, voter turnout and engagement, education k-12, equity funding, funding for HBCUs, criminal justice reform and health care.


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