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Black History is Utah History: A Community Conversation

2021-04-15 19:30:00 2021-04-15 20:30:00 America/Denver Black History is Utah History: A Community Conversation In April’s Community Conversation, our panel will discuss topics surrounding Black history in Utah, moderated by Utah House Rep Sandra Hollins. The discussion will happen virtually, on Zoom. Virtual Event

Thursday, April 15
7:30pm - 8:30pm

Add to Calendar 2021-04-15 19:30:00 2021-04-15 20:30:00 America/Denver Black History is Utah History: A Community Conversation In April’s Community Conversation, our panel will discuss topics surrounding Black history in Utah, moderated by Utah House Rep Sandra Hollins. The discussion will happen virtually, on Zoom. Virtual Event

In April’s Community Conversation, our panel will discuss topics surrounding Black history in Utah, moderated by Utah House Rep Sandra Hollins. The discussion will happen virtually, on Zoom.

This panel will explore ways to incorporate the history of all Utahns, with a focus on our Black community and the importance of providing a complete, honest, and diverse history in education. This event is held in a partnership with the Salt Lake City Mayor's Office, and YouthCity.

Panelists

Diya Oommen - West High

  

Diya Oommen is a freshman at West High School. She works with youth in Utah to renew interest in academics, specifically mathematics. She has an interest in youth equality and is looking forward to making some changes with YouthCity Government!


Amira Baayd - East High

My name is Amira Baayd, and I’m a sophomore at East High School and a member of YouthCity Government.


Sophie Ayers-Harris - Rowland Hall

My name is Sophie Ayers-Harris, and I'm a junior at Rowland Hall in Salt Lake City. Addressing issues such as the impacts of systemic racism and teaching Black history in schools is extremely important to doing what I can to serve my community in a substantial way. I hope to be a part of confronting these difficult subjects and doing what I can to serve my community in a substantial way


Mohamed Baayd - SLCSD School Board

Mohamed Baayd is a husband, father, son to most inspiring and loving parents, oldest brother, veteran, small business owner, immigrant and represents Precinct 5 for the Salt Lake City School Board of Education. Mohamed has an associate degree in English and Arabic Literature from Morocco. Mohamed is first in his family generation and village where he was born to ever earn bachelor's and master’s degree from American Universities; Bachelor degree in anthropology socio-culture emphasis from BYU and Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Hawaii Pacific University. 


Representative Sandra Hollins (D) - House District 23

Sandra Hollins has been a resident of Salt Lake City for the past 29 years. Sandra is a member of the graduate chapter of the Greater Salt Lake Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. Sandra is a licensed clinical social worker, and the primary focus of her career has been on substance abuse treatment and advocacy services for Salt Lake City’s homeless population. Sandra is the first Black American woman elected to the State Legislature and is a member Utah House of Representatives where she has proudly served District 23 since 2015.  She successfully passed legislation banning knee on the neck restraint by law enforcement, requiring cultural training for school resource officers, increasing job opportunities for the formerly incarcerated and removing the provision that allow for slavery in the Utah state constitution. In the House of Representatives, she is a member of the Social Services Appropriations, Health and Human Services, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, and the Child Welfare oversight panel. 


Zoom Info
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AGE GROUP: | Tweens | Teens | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | Virtual Event | Conversations |

Virtual Event


Hours
Mon, Apr 05 11:00AM to 7:00PM
Tue, Apr 06 11:00AM to 7:00PM
Wed, Apr 07 11:00AM to 7:00PM
Thu, Apr 08 11:00AM to 7:00PM
Fri, Apr 09 11:00AM to 6:00PM
Sat, Apr 10 11:00AM to 6:00PM
Sun, Apr 11 Closed

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