Listening to the Living: Centering Black Women's Birth Experiences
Tuesday, April 12 | 5:30-8:00 pm | Virtual
A listening event for those who care for and/or make critical decisions impacting the experiences of black mothers, particularly in Central Virginia. Nationally known experts and local voices will explore the current Black infant and maternal mortality crisis in the U.S. and Virginia. Sponsored in part by Birth Sisters of Charlottesville, Virginia Maternal and Child Health, and the Blue Ridge Health District. Register HERE.
Evelyn Barbour Lecture: Dr. Marcus Anthony Hunter
Tuesday, April 19 | 6:00-7:00 pm | Virtual
The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center will host The Moral Debt: A Conversation on Reparations presented by Dr. Marcus Anthony Hunter. Dr. Hunter is a professor of sociology and the Scott Waugh Endowed Chair in the Division of the Social Sciences. He served as the inaugural chair of the department of African American Studies at UCLA. More information HERE.
The talk will be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook. A virtual community conversation with Dr. Hunter is scheduled for April 20, time TBD. Groups may indicate interest in attending HERE.