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WZDX Virtual Town Hall - An Open Conversation on Race, powered by your questions

Our Virtual Town Hall featured an open conversation on race with a diverse panel of guests.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — WZDX hosted a Virtual Town Hall on race in the Tennessee Valley, powered by your questions. We'll have the complete town hall here for you to view, or click here to watch the Facebook Live.

Join hosts Mo Carter and Conner Board with guests:

Angela Curry, Executive Director of United Women of Color &  liaison for  the newly formed "Citizens Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform"

Laterrica Shelton, Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for The University of Alabama in Huntsville 

Kenny Anderson, City of Huntsville Multicultural Affairs Officer 

Captain Dewayne McCarver, Huntsville Police Department, Police Academy Director

Officer Joel Stephens, Huntsville Police DepartmentCommunity Relations Officer 

WZDX Virtual Town Hall: An Open Conversation on Race

WZDX Virtual Town Hall: An Open Conversation on Race

Posted by WZDX Huntsville on Wednesday, June 24, 2020

They discussed issues including police force diversity and training, community outreach by law enforcement, what city leaders can do to fight hate and racism, systemic racism in our area, race issues in public schools, what Huntsville is doing right, and more.

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