Philly After Ferguson Town Hall

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Philly After Ferguson Town Hall

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Techbook Online Corporation, the largest and most active publisher on, and Unity in the Community, an award-winning South Philadelphia-based non-profit organization, have teamed up to produce the Philly After Ferguson Town Hall: a meeting to discuss policing, politics and perceptions. Scheduled for February 11th, 2015, from 6-7:30pm at Catalyst for Change Church – which has been the site of high profile town hall meetings in the past organized by Techbook Online – the citywide gathering will include a voter registration drive sponsored by Black Youth Vote; special remarks by Philadelphia City Commissioner, Stephanie Frank Singer and Ms. Tanya Brown-Dickerson, the mother of Brandon Tate-Brown; an open mic segment to allow citizens to voice concerns and demands; and a panel discussion featuring Philadelphia Deputy Police Commissioner, Mr. Kevin Bethel; Mr. Michael Days, Editor, Philadelphia Daily News; Chief of Transit Police for SEPTA, Mr. Thomas Nestel; Mr. Kelvyn Anderson, Executive Director, Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission; Mr. Anton Moore, Founder, Unity in the Community; Reverend Mark TylerTyler, Mother Bethel A.M.E; Andrea A Lawful, Executive Director, SEPA Cares; Sabrina Sample, Organizer, PURP; and Taylor Nicole Johnson, Organizer, Black Lives Matter Movement.
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