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Black Resilience Roundtable

This week, the Workers Center for Racial Justice (WC4RJ) in partnership with Illinois State Representative Kambium Buckner hosted the Black Resilience Roundtable. At this virtual town hall event, we convened more than 150 community residents and members of the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus for a public dialogue on the devastating toll the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the health and economic security of people of color across the state.


Together, we explored long standing structural inequalities that underpin the disproportionate impact that this historic pandemic has on Black Illinoisans, and outlined WCRJ's racial justice COVID-19 policy agenda for the state.



You can catch full coverage of the event next week on CAN TV at the following times:


Tuesday, May 19th @ 6 p.m. on Chicago cable channel 27

Wednesday, May 20th @ 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Chicago cable channel 27

Thursday, May 21st @ 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Chicago cable channel 27



Your voice is essential to ensuring that these critical measures are implemented by our elected officials.



For more information about WCRJ's COVID-19 response agenda, please contact us directly.

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