Save the Date: October 29, 2020

Save the Date: October 29, 2020

S.E. Williams | Executive Editor

Voting is just one part of making our voices heard. And as Nov. 3 rapidly approaches, it is not too soon to begin asking ourselves an important question: “How can we, as a community, plan beyond the ballot to help ensure we are making the changes we wish to see?”

The Cooperative Economic Empowerment Movement will be hosting a forum on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. focused on how we can continue to be civically engaged and involved after Election Day.

Guest speakers will include: Cheryl Brown, CEEM Champion, former Assemblywoman and current California State Commissioner on Aging; Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, Chief Strategist of African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation (AAVREP); and Joseph Williams CEEM Champion, elected member of the San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees.

We also ask you to encourage friends and family to join in this important, dynamic and memorable discussion.

Follow this link to register. Participants are also encouraged to submit questions for the panelists in advance at info@ceem-ie.com.

You can join the meeting by Zoom with this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83648118266 or by telephone at 1-669-900-9128, Webinar ID: 836 4811 8266#.

Those new to Zoom can learn how to prepare for and participate in a Zoom meeting by following here.

 

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