Please join the Clark County Council and partner agencies YWCA Clark County, NAACP Vancouver, SW WA LULAC, and Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program to learn about how systemic racism has impacted residents of Clark County.
Clark Vancouver TV will livestream Sessions 1 and 2 on www.CVTV.org and cable channel 23. Session 3 will not be recorded. A summary of Session 3 without identifying details will be made available at a later date. Spanish language and ASL interpretation will be available.
Anyone interested in registering to attend the sessions as a viewer, or signing up to speak at Session 2 or Session 3 may do so by clicking the link for the desired session.
Session 1: July 31 / 6-8 pm
Representatives from the four partner agencies will share information and background on the impacts of systemic racism in Clark County as it pertains to the people they serve. The public is invited to watch and listen to this moderated series of presentations.
Session 2: August 12 / 6-8 pm
Members of the public are invited for a moderated opportunity to share their experiences and answer the question, “How has systemic racism in Clark County impacted you?” Speakers will be asked to follow a three-minute time limit. This listening session will be recorded and will become a part of the
Session 3: August 26 / 6-8 pm
Members of the public who would prefer to share their experiences anonymously are invited for a moderated opportunity to answer the question, “How has systemic racism in Clark County impacted you?” Speakers will be asked to follow a three-minute time limit. This meeting will not be recorded, and a summary without identifying details will be provided afterward for the public record.