A night of conversation regarding the black economy, entrepreneurship and education in the black community with keynote presentation by Dell Gines of the Omaha Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Gines is a nationally recognized speaker on the subject of entrepreneurship based economic development and is the author of the Grow Your Own Guide, a short primer on how to build urban and rural economies using entrepreneurship. Local Bishop and Entrepreneur Wade Moore of Christian Faith Center will lead the discussion regarding public school education and school choice. Local elected officials will be invited to take part in this conversation. Dr. Marche Fleming- Randle will discuss public education and moderate our evening of conversation.
*All events require a Juneteenth arm band priced at $5 and can be purchased at all programs. Cash only please.