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11May/20

OVID-19: THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, ART, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND MEDICINE

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Who: Bill T. Jones, Khary Lazarre-White, Carrie Mae Weems, Dr. Aletha Maybank, Jamilah Lemieux
What: Panel discussion sponsored by NewsOne and the Brotherhood/Sister Sol (Bro/Sis)
Where: NewsOne Facebook page
When: Wednesday, May 13, free, 3:00
Why: NewsOne, which focuses on “current events and their impact on black lives,” will be hosting a live discussion on May 13 at 3:00 titled “Covid-19: The Intersection of Race, Art, Social Justice, and Medicine.” The free event features legendary dancer-choreographer and New York Live Arts artistic director Bill T. Jones, social entrepreneur, writer, activist, and attorney Khary Lazarre-White, visual artist Carrie Mae Weems, and American Medical Association chief health equity officer Dr. Aletha Maybank discussing Covid-19 and its effect on black life in America; the conversation will be moderated by writer, speaker, and communications consultant Jamilah Lemieux.

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