Not in Little Rock: A Community Forum
Monday, September 8, 2014
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Ledbetter Hall, Donaghey Student Center
Please join city, religious, and university leaders to discuss how race and ethnicity figure into community crises like the one in Ferguson, Missouri and what we can do to avoid similar situations in Little Rock.
Dr. Michael Twyman, Director of the Institute on Race and Ethnicity will serve as moderator of the panel and Chancellor Joel E. Anderson will issue a challenge to area religious leaders.
Panelists will include:
Bruce Moore, City Manager
City of Little Rock
Eric S. Higgins, Assistant Chief
Little Rock Police Department
Harry Li, Campus/Teaching Pastor
Lindy Vogado, Associate Pastor
Second Presbyterian Church
Phillip Pointer, Senior Pastor
St. Mark Baptist Church
Free parking available in parking deck
For information, please call 501.569.8932 or 501.569.8093.
Sponsored by the UALR Institute on Race and Ethnicity