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April 2021

Mastercard In Solidarity with Atlanta – Tackling Income Inequality

April 20 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am EDT
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Synopsis: Atlanta is the number one city for income inequality in America. In fact, if a person is born into poverty in Atlanta, there is just a 4% chance of escaping poverty in their lifetime. The panel of prominent community leaders will discuss the intrinsic link between racial and economic inequality in Atlanta, explore the structural barriers in the financial system that prohibit economic inclusion, and outline actionable solutions to create and retain wealth in Black communities. Speakers: David Tapscott,…

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Georgia Environmental Justice Education and Awareness Symposium

April 22
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100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta, Inc. Image Award

April 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
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As the Youth Achievement Luncheon Chairman and on behalf of the 100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta, Inc., we would like to honor our commitment from last year and again extend to you an invitation to receive our prestigious Image Award at our Annual Youth Achievement Celebration.

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GCAPP – The State of Adolescents: Healthier Together

April 29 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm EDT
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Join GCAPP and an audience of 1,000 youth, parents, and youth-serving professionals for an interactive discussion on “Perspectives on Our Teens’ Mental Wellness” as related to the well-being of teens and young adults. Through keynote remarks by Sophia Bush, and a panel of experts, moderated by Jane Fonda, GCAPP founder, the event will explore how the pandemic and other current events are impacting young people’s social wellness and emotional and mental health (unlike any other time we have experienced), and…

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PRC Clean and Green: The Rising Climate Economy

April 29 @ 1:55 pm - 3:10 pm EDT
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This Panel session will discuss the evolution of climate policies that create a pathway for Black and Brown people to financially benefit in the climate economy, as well as feature best practices from PRC partners and other local and national strategies on community investments, leveraging funds, and engagement to push forth a green economy that invests in climate workforce and business opportunities.    

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