Dinner Conversation About Standing Up for Justice & Equity
6018 N Kenmore Ave, Chicago, IL 60660
Opening Friday, November 8th, from 7PM - 9PM
We Been Ready. Are You? Dinner conversation about Standing Up for Justice & Equity before, during, and after political elections. Curated by Aisha F. Truss-Miller
The purpose is to listen to ways people of color have been building movements to advance equity, the challenges faced while navigating the trauma and systematic racism, patriarchy, and classism, and how it plays out with “progressives” and those with the privilege to ignore injustice.
The goals are to remember and highlight past and existing work and to explore how everyday can stand up for justice and equity within themselves and their communities, and on institutional levels.
We will invite you to build your own Salad/ Sandwich.
About the Curator
Chicago native, Aisha F. Truss-Miller, is dedicated to sustaining safe spaces for the development of Black youth and people of color. Currently the Development Manager with Metropolitan Tenants Organization , she once served as the agency’s Affordable Housing Organizer. She also served as Affinity Community Services ‘ Youth & Community Programs Director. Aisha is a loving mother, wife, and storyteller working to “change systems exploiting our plight and power.” She accredits her growth to family, friends, mentors, “the block”, and everyday people modeling positive leadership, whom provide her with inspiration, debate, hope, support, accountability, laughs, and love.
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