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Tuesday, October 6 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
The biggest difference between 1955 and 2015? Twitter.

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In this informative workshop, learn the disturbing parallels between previous generations and today from one of the leading writers on racial injustice in the world. While racial injustice remains, the power of social media connects us to issues and to each other like never before. Will we rise to the occasion and make a difference or be casual bystanders to the pressing issues of our day?

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Shaun King

Founder/Justice Columnist, Justice Together/Daily Kos
Shaun King is an American writer, entrepreneur, preacher and civil rights activist. He is noted for his use of social media to promote religious, charitable and social causes, including the Black Lives Matter movement. Since September 2014, he has been a contributing writer for Daily Kos. In 2015, he launched Justice Together, an organization dedicated to ending police brutality in America.


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