An unfiltered conversation about being Black in America — continued
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2021
We’re continuing a conversation on race and equity in the Black community in Charlotte. Like the previous conversation, our after-show meeting dove into some hard-hitting topics regarding systemic racism and upward mobility, and we’re going to share pieces of that conversation.
This is an honest, unfiltered discussion about how systemic racism has not only had a negative impact in communities of color but everyone in the United States. Our guests will talk about their lived experiences and how they’re addressing these issues with their activism. Our guests will also talk about what’s needed to find solutions for these issues, especially in Charlotte.
Alvin C. Jacobs Jr., owner of ACJ Photo and image activist
Corine Mack, NAACP Charlotte-Mecklenburg Chapter president
Darrell Gregory, CEO at Youth Based Strategies of Mecklenburg County