How Structural Racism Has Manifested Itself in Greater KC: A Listening Session (Part IV)

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Name: How Structural Racism Has Manifested Itself in Greater KC: A Listening Session (Part IV)
Date: July 15, 2020
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Presented by the KC Chamber and Urban Neighborhood Initiative

Gwendolyn Grant, President & CEO, Urban League of Greater Kansas City, will moderate this fourth panel discussion on the effects of structural racism in our region.

This is the fourth in a series of Listening Sessions developed to help the business community learn more deeply about the inequities and lack of access and opportunities for too many in our region. 
 

Thank you to our 2020 Diversity & Inclusion Sponsors!

Presenting Diversity Sponsors for 2020 are CommunityAmerica Credit UnionEvergyHallmark, and Sprint.
 
Our Cornerstone Sponsors are American Century InvestmentsBayerBlue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas CityCommerce BankEwing Marion Kauffman Foundation, JE Dunn ConstructionLockton CompaniesREACH Healthcare FoundationSaint Luke's Health SystemUMB and Waddell & Reed.
 
Our Regional Diversity Sponsors are Black & VeatchHeavy Constructors AssociationSpire and VanTrust Real Estate.
 
Our Supporting Diversity Sponsors are Andrews McMeel UniversalBank MidwestChildren's MercyEnterprise Holdings, Ernst & Young, GarminH&R BlockHNTBHoneywellHusch BlackwellKansas City University of Medicine & BiosciencesKVC Health SystemsLathrop GPMLead BankMazumaMcCownGordon ConstructionShook Hardy & BaconState StreetStinson LLPThe Builders' AssociationThe University of KansasThe University of Kansas Health System and Turner Construction.
 
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, July 15
3-4 p.m.
Contact Information:
Melanie Mattes
Fees/Admission:
This event is free to attend.
An virtual event link will be sent to registrants prior to the listening session.



 
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