Imagine LA presents: Systemic Racism & Intergenerational Poverty in the Black Community - A Virtual Conversation

Imagine LA presents…

Systemic Racism & Intergenerational Poverty in the Black Community

A Free Virtual Conversation


Thursday, August 27, 2020, 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.

VIRTUAL via Zoom | Scroll down to RSVP

(see RSVP confirmation email for Webinar Attendee Zoom Link)

George Floyd's murder and the national response signaled a clear bell for the need for greater knowledge and understanding of the deep seeds and many facets of racism. Today 45.8% of young Black children live in poverty and intergenerational poverty continues to rise, with the most severe symptom being homelessness.

Imagine LA’s mission is to end intergenerational poverty together. At Imagine LA we believe in "seek first to understand" and that safe, yet critical conversations fuel wise actions together.

In this spirit we invite you to join a Critical Conversation about Institutional Racism & Intergenerational Poverty in the Black Community. The panelist and moderators are amazing, each bringing a unique perspective that will both illuminate and inspire new thought.

Featured panelists

  • Bishop James Dixon, The Community of Faith, Houston, TX
  • Veronica Lewis, Director, SSG/HOPICS
  • Leilani Reed, Imagine LA Program Graduate & Ambassador


  • Troy Brown, University of West Los Angeles
  • Terry L. Brown, Sr., Pastor, Liberty B.C. LA & Judson B. C. Carson.


  • August 27, 2020 at 12:00pm – 1pm
  • See RSVP confirmation email for Webinar Attendee Zoom Link
  • Brian Rosenbaum

Will you come?