Young Activists and Elders Take On Our Political Crisis

Members of The National Council of Elders and younger activists will engage in conversation about the perils and opportunities of our political moment leading up to and following the November 3rd election and how we can build solidarity and transformation in the face of crisis. We invite you all to join us, to listen in, and to participate in this vital and urgent conversation.

Moderated by Mandy Carter, National Council of Elders

Framing by Suzanne Pharr, National Council of Elders

NCOE Panelists:

Dorsey Blake, Presiding Minister, Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples

Shea Howell, Founding Board Member, The Boggs Center

Nelson Johnson, Co-Executive Director, Beloved Community Center

Activist Interlocutors:

Rahim Buford, Unheard Voices Outreach, Nashville

Ayana Clemmons, Concerned Citizens for Justice, Chattanooga,

Emma Ronai-Durning, Rural Organizing Project, Oregon

PG Watkins, Green Lights Black Futures, Detroit