Presented by: E Pluribus Unum

Bold Local Leadership: Communities Create Change 

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

4:30 pm ET/3:30 pm CT

Now more than ever, the deep divisions in our nation seem to penetrate every topic or issue that arises. Much of this is fueled by a resistance to challenges to the status quo and concurrently, a demand for equitable accountability and change. These divergent ways of thinking have stifled our ability to successfully address the everyday issues that affect our communities. These conditions force our elected leaders at every level of government to make difficult decisions. This conversation will explore the need for bold local leadership that is unafraid of and undeterred by opposition as they work to address the systems of inequity and injustice that their communities face.

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Robin Reck

Senior Director of Campaigns & Deputy Chief of Staff, Emerson Collective
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Katie Cristol

County Board Member, Arlington County, VA
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Brian E. Rowland

Mayor, Prairie View, TX
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Mitch Landrieu

Founder and President, E Pluribus Unum
Former Mayor of New Orleans
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Conversations for an Equitable South will bring together some of our country’s great thinkers, activists, advocates, and leaders on the issues of race and equity in the American South. These conversations will provide a space to discuss the lasting impact racism has had on people and institutions and, as a result, will inspire action with the intention of creating racial equity within our communities.