Jamilah Lemieux, Senior Editor of Ebony Magazine, Deray Mckesson, Angela Rye, David Banner, Marc Lamont Hill, and Cheryl Pearson-Mcneil — moderated by Ifeoma Ike at the Black Voices in Media panel
Angela Rye, David Banner, Marc Lamont Hill at Black Voices in Media panel
Moderator Angela Rye, Antoine Edwards of YouthBuild, Porter Braswell, CEO of Jopwell, Marisa Renee Lee of the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, Rep. Frederica Wilson, Dalila Wilson of JP Morgan, W. Cytus Garret of NYC Young Men’s Initiative, Rick Beasley, Careersource, Blair Taylor at the Starbucks at the Where Are The Jobs for African Americans panel
Bernadette Stanis of Good Times from inside the CBCF Exhibition Hall.
Van Jones at Diversity In Tech Hub
Van Jones, Angel Rich, Harrison Harvey, Olivia Zama and Jamal Simmons at Diversity In Tech Hub
Florida chapter of 5000 Role Models outside the Where Are The Jobs for African Americans panel
Rep. Wilson, Angela Rye at the Where Are The Jobs for African Americans panel
Rev. Jackson at Diversity in Tech Hub
The guest panelists at the National Town Hall on Black Lives Matter: Ending Racial Profiling, Police Brutality and Mass Incarceration
The audience at the National Town Hall on Black Lives Matter: Ending Racial Profiling, Police Brutality and Mass Incarceration
Attendees of the National Town Hall on Black Lives Matter
Jamilah Lemieux and IMPACT’s press secretary
Journalist Doshon Farrar and Marc Pinman from inside the Conventon Center.
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill