Qcity EVENTS

The Keith Scott Shooting: 1 Year After, What Have We Learned?

Wednesday, September 13, 2017
You are invited to join Consolidated Media Alliance in a conversation on the impact the Keith Lamont Scott shooting had on our community. With the one-year anniversary on the horizon, it is an important opportunity to have a candid conversation about what we’ve learned and how we continue to move forward.

This public conversation will be moderated by award-winning WBTV television reporter Steve Crump.
Joining Mr.Crump in the conversation will be a distinguished list of panelist consisting:
Mr. Gemini Boyd – Founder, Outstanding Lives Together
Mr. James Ford – Program Director at The Public School Forum of North Carolina
Ms. Vicki Foster - Assistant Police Chief, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department
Dr. Susan McCarter – Associate Professor of Social Work,
Mr. Willie Ratchford – Executive Director, Community Relations, City of Charlotte.

Consolidated Media Alliance is an innovative partnership between The Charlotte Post Newspaper, Qcitymetro.com and NewsReleaseNow. The partnership focuses on building social capital within the Charlotte region and working collectively to create change and identify solutions to address social and cultural issues.

Light refreshments will be served.

This event sponsored by PNC
9/13/17
Venue
Mint Museum Uptown
Address
500 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC, 28202
Start Time
6:30 pm
End Time
8:30 pm
Cost
Free
Event Category
Community Calendar

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