COMMUNITY
CONVERSATIONS
The Lincoln Theatre’s Community Conversations Series is designed to generate community discussion on a variety of interesting questions surrounding the arts. Admission is free.

DATE:
Thurs, October 29

TIME:
6 pm

ADMISSION
Free, but a reservation is required

ACCESS
Virtual attendees will be emailed a link 24 hours before the event that will allow them to ask questions and interact with the live event.

VIRTUAL: SOCIAL JUSTICE, SOCIAL WELLNESS: CORPORATE TO COMMUNITY

Community Conversations’ “Social Justice, Social Wellness: Corporate to Community” will discuss the recent explosion of Black Lives Matter, the decentralized political and social movement advocating for non-violent civil disobedience in protest against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people. Dialogue topics will echo national conversations, including social justice, wellness, equality, and equity.

Young artists and alumni from the Lincoln Theatre’s signature programs will perform music drawn from their experiences as witnesses to these unprecedented times.

PANEL MEMBERS:

Angela C. Dawson, Executive Director, Ohio Commission on Minority Health

Kimberly Sharp, Senior Director of Development, COTA

Christina Brown, Central Ohio Director of Community Philanthropy, The Huntington Bank

MODERATORS:

Dr. Jack Marchbanks, Lincoln Theatre board member and Director at the Ohio Department of Transportation

Suzan Bradford, Executive Director of the Lincoln Theatre

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