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in our immigration system September 16, 2020
2020 YWCA RACIAL JUSTICE BREAKFAST PROGRAM 7:30 a.m.
Pre-event Welcome 8:00 a.m.
Welcome & Opening Remarks - Angela Jenkins, YWCA Senior Vice President, Operations Sponsor Recognition - Diane Jordan, YWCA Board Chair YWCA Racial Justice Awards Presented by Interact for Health, Natasha Cavanaugh/The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - Honorees, Vincent R. Brown & Dr. Janet Reid 8:25 a.m.
Keynote Address - Christina Fialho, Co-Founder/Executive Director Freedom for Immigrants Questions and Answers Closing Remarks and CLE Information - Angela Jenkins, YWCA Senior Vice President, Operations 9:30 a.m.
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2020 KEYNOTE SPEAKER CHRISTINA FIALHO Christina Fialho is the Co-Founder/Executive Director of Freedom for Immigrants (formerly CIVIC), a national nonprofit devoted to abolishing immigration detention. As an attorney, she has spent over 15 years advocating for immigrants. She comes from three generations of immigrants. While in law school, Christina started the first immigration detention visitation program in California with her co-founder, Christina Mansfield. Since then, she has worked with her team at Freedom for Immigrants to mobilize a network of watchdog community members that visit weekly at approximately 70 immigration detention facilities, while creating an alternative model to detention that welcomes immigrants. Christina also has drafted and passed several laws. In 2017, she helped draft, and Freedom for Immigrants co-sponsored, the first statewide bill in the country to put a moratorium on immigration detention expansion, the Dignity Not Detention Act in California. She also helped introduce and pass AB 103 to give California’s Attorney General $10 million to monitor immigration detention facilities (2017) and AB 32 to abolish private prisons in California (2019). In addition, Christina and her team drafted the Detention Oversight Not Expansion (DONE) Act in Congress to put a federal moratorium on detention expansion and fund community-based alternatives. Christina also drafted a House budget amendment introduced by Rep. Pramila Jayapal that was approved in 2019 to prevent the diversion of funds from other government agencies to ICE for immigration enforcement. Christina is a leading expert on immigration detention and appears frequently on national television and radio programs. She has been awarded the 2020 John F. Kennedy New Frontier Award and the 2018 James Irvine Leadership Award among other recognitions. She was appointed to the California Bar Association’s first Civil Justice Strategies Task Force. In 2017, she was featured in Grammywinning artist Miguel’s music video “Now” about immigration, and in 2019, her organization was featured in Season 7 of Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black.
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2020 RACIAL JUSTICE AWARD HONOREES VINCENT R. BROWN Vincent Randolph Brown, President & CEO of V. Randolph Brown Consulting, a boutique global, management consulting consortium, is a dynamic business leader with a passion for effecting organizational change. He was a Founding Partner and Managing Director of Global Novations, a full-service human capital and talent optimization firm which counted Goldman Sachs as an investor. Throughout his career, Vincent has partnered with premier organizations to develop and implement diversity strategies, optimize talent, and build high-performing leadership teams who thrive in diverse and inclusive environments. He enjoys serving as a role model for minority entrepreneurs and is engaged in causes that reach out to disadvantaged and disenfranchised communities.
JANET P. REID, PH.D. Dr. Janet Reid is a pioneer in the field of diversity, equity and inclusion and the CEO of global management consulting consortium, BRBS World, LLC. Janet has conducted leadership consulting; coaching, and, equity/ diversity/inclusion consulting in over 50 countries and within hundreds of Fortune 500 corporations, internationally headquartered corporations, federal and local government entities, national non-profits, colleges, universities, and foundations. Dr. Reid helped to conceive, organize and lead aspects of the Cincinnati Action Now (CAN) Commission in response to Cincinnati’s racial unrest in 2001, co-chairing the business development committee. Since then, she has been involved in many community and corporate based efforts to promote equity in our region and our world. Together this powerhouse team has developed more than twenty equity/diversity/inclusion-related intellectual properties. Their first book The Phoenix Principles: Leveraging Inclusion to Transform Your Company and, the Phoenix Principles Workbook, helped shape the thinking in modern corporate culture about Diversity & Inclusion. Their second book on the intersectionality of diversity, inclusion, neuroscience and bias, “Intrinsic Inclusion™: Rebooting Your Biased Brain” will be released in the second half of 2020.
A COMPLETE LIST OF PAST KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 2019 Roy Austin 2018 Fania Davis 2017 Adam Foss 2016 Bryan Stevenson 2015 Kimberle Crenshaw 2014 Michelle Alexander 2013 Richard Thompson Ford 2012 Andrew Young 2011 Julian Bond 2010 Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. 2009 Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum 2008 Thomas N. Todd 2007 Morris S. Dees, Jr. 2006 John Payton 2005 Gay J. McDougall 2004 Fred D. Gray 2003 Melba Patillo Beals 2002 Douglas Jones 2001 Judge Nathaniel R. Jones, Sharon J. Zealey,
Judge Jack Sherman, Jr., Nancy A. Lawson
A COMPLETE LIST OF PAST HONOREES 2019 Robert “Chip” Harrod and Iris Roley 2018 Shakila Ahmad and Dr. Clarence G. Newsome 2017 Donna Jones Baker and Robert Brand Newman 2016 Mary Asbury and Kenneth L. Parker 2015 Sister Rose Ann Fleming and David Singleton 2014 Alphonse A. Gerhardstein and Pauline Strayhorne 2013 Judge S. Arthur Speigel and Judge Nathaniel R. Jones 2012 Frances Wilson Canty, David Fankhauser and Betty Rosemond 2011 Donald and Marian Spencer 2010 John and Francie Pepper 2009 Bea Larsen and Judge Jack Sherman, Jr. 2008 Charles M. Judd and Judge Susan Dlott 2007 William C. and P. Jeane Goings 2006 Judge Robert L. Black, Jr. 2005 Judge William A. McClain 2004 Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth
MARIAN SPENCER PANEL DISCUSSION INFORM YOUR VOTE: UNDERSTANDING THE BALLOT
SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 5:30 - 7:30 pm
FREE VIRTUAL EVENT ywcacincinnati.org
YOUR VOICE •YOUR VOTE•YOUR FUTURE
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TOWARD EQUITY WORKSHOPS Moving Beyond Diversity & Inclusion Half Day Virtual Implicit Bias Workshop Builds awareness around racial equity and addresses implicit bias and how it impacts us at interpersonal, institutional and systemic levels.
Half Day Virtual Organizational Development Workshop*
Strategic organizational change model helps participants learn to create an inclusive organizational structure through systemic, long-term culture change.
Combines both sessions and helps participants identify individualized next steps strategizing culture change within the workplace to achieve a more equitable organization.
*Available Winter, 2021 More Info: Phyliss Flanagan-Cox email@example.com
YWCA 2020 Racial Justice Breakfast Program