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National Civil Rights Museum says
In an effort to bridge the generational gap and end police conflicts, killings, and injustices across the country, a dialogue among affected ethnicities has emerged.

The Ethics Project in partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum presents, “Parent 2 Parent,” a conversation of black parents to other ethnic groups about “the talk” with their black sons and daughters as they share their experience on being Black in America.

The panel discussion is moderated by Dr. Christi Griffin, of the Ethics Project, with parent panelists Tango Jackson, Nadida Tuhada Amatulla-Martin, Tony Neal and Mohammad Kamal.

With the intention is to create healing, understanding and a unified community, the event is paired with the viewing of the museum’s current exhibit Kin Killin’ Kin, a provocative display on youth and gun violence. A reception will follow. The event is also filmed for a documentary.

This event is in partnership with The Ethics Project. Registration encouraged. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information visit http://bit.ly/1S3dFnI or register at http://conta.cc/25LOtGj . Link is also located in "ticket" tab.
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By: National Civil Rights Museum

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