Associated Black Charities and Baltimore Racial Justice Action Present:
Girl Talk: Women and Race
Wednesday March 13, 2013
5:30 – 8:00 pm
1701 N. Gay Street., 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21213
Okay, can we talk? We know that we are not a “post-racial” society– or even close. But does race STILL have an impactful stranglehold on our careers, our families, our cross-racial relationships, our daily lives? Or is it that we-as a society and as women-just cannot let go let go of America’s racial legacy, allowing it to define our lives? Diane Bell-McKoy, President/CEO, Associated Black Charities, will moderate a panel discussion about the ways race impacts women’s lives. She will be joined by panelist Maria Welch Martinez, CEO, Respira Medical; Cindy Plavier-Truitt, Chief Developmet Officer, Humanim, Inc.; and Caryn York, Policy Associate, Job Opportunities Task Force. Baltimore Racial Justice Action and Associated Black Charities invite you-weomen AND men- to join us for Girl Talk: Women and Race.
Security-monitore parking available on both sides of the building and the parking lot acrooss Lanvale Street.