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WCDP General Membership Meeting

February 6 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Black Women Speaking Truth to Legislative Power 

What should the remedies be for white supremacy, suppression, and policing? The following panelists will explore this question in depth:

  • Victoria Burton-Harris Chief Assistant Prosecutor of Washtenaw County
  • Dr. JoAnn Watson Professor; Pastor; Activist with National African American Reparations Commission
  • Attorney Robyn L. McCoy Partner, McCoy & Associates; Professor of Law at EMU; Activist on the subject of Reparations
  • Yodit Mesfin Johnson Community Activist; President and CEO, Non-Profit Enterprise Work (NEW); Founder, Black Men Read

This WCDP meeting will take place using the online conferencing software Zoom. The meeting will start with our Chairs Report, by Chris Savage, and continue to include updates from our Federal, State, and County party representatives.

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February 6
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
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