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Breaking Bread -- SOLD OUT
Levine Museum is launching a Breaking Bread dinner and dialogue series where conversations around challenging community issues will be facilitated over a hearty dinner served family style.
CLT Uprising: One Year Later -- SOLD OUT
Sept. 19, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Levine Museum of the New South
Members receive a 25% discount on registration. Please sign in to receive your discount at check out.
September 2017 marks one year since the tragic death of Keith Lamont Scott and the protests that ensued in its aftermath. In light of this, the third installment of Levine Museum of the New South’s Breaking Bread dinner and dialogue series will focus on where our community stands today on the history and the issues—police-involved shootings, race relations, protests, media—as we continue to grapple with the unrest that unfolded in Charlotte and elsewhere.
In concert with the K(NO)W Justice K(NO)W Peace exhibit, the program guest panelists include:
Dianne English, Community Building Initiative
Major Mike Campagna, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Cache Heidel, fiancée of Jonathan Ferrell
Justin Perry, OneMECK
Reverend Dr. Rodney Sadler, Mecklenburg Ministries
Ash Williams, Charlotte Uprising
For questions or to be placed on the waitlist, please contact Martha Loftin Snell at 704.333.1887 ext. 258 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinner on September 19 is generously sponsored by Mert’s Heart & Soul.
In-Kind Support from: