The Mind Trust and The Highland Project will host a discussion of The Highland Project’s national report “Our Power, Our Legacy” during “Black Girl Magic: A Fireside Chat” at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Indianapolis Public Library Central Library, 40 E. St. Clair St.
The report shares results from a survey of 700 African American women. The women shared their concerns about disparities in education, economic development, health care and politics as well as priority issues that are critical to economic success.
Kateria Winfrey, WISH-TV multicultural reporter, will serve as moderator. Panelists are Tavonna Askew, chief of staff and general counsel, Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County; Kelli Marshall, senior vice president of schools, The Mind Trust; Carolene Mays, president, Black Leadership and Legacies and host of Community Link on WISH-TV; Angela Smith-Jones, vice president of Diversity and Inclusion, Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County.
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