The group's Facebook page is located HERE. The next event will be held in January.
Dr. Lusharon Wiley, senior associate dean of students at UWF moderated the panel. She gave a brief presentation on "Educating yourself on issues of diversity."
Chief David Alexander, Pensacola Police Department; he spoke on "Can a person support Black Lives Matter and the police at the same time?" Listen to his talk for his challenging answer.
Dr. Paula Montgomery, head of the education committee of the Pensacola branch of the League of Women Voters, spoke on "Fighting the school-to-prison pipeline."
Mr. Jonathan Pace, a concerned father who moved to Pensacola three years ago from Disneyland East, I mean, Washington, D.C., addressed the question: "How can white people be effective in their advocacy?"
After the panelists gave their presentations, the floor was open to questions and comments from the audience.
Below, are videos of the entire presentation, with the exception of the moment of mindfulness that opened the workshop.
Dr. Julie PATTON
Dr. Lusharon WILEY
Chief David ALEXANDER
Dr. Paula MONTGOMERY
Mr. Jonathan PACE
Question and Answer Part 1
Question and Answer Part 2
Question and Answer 3