AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – An event is coming to the Garden City meant to start a dialogue on what’s happening to African-American men in the United States.
“I Am My Brother’s Keeper” will be held on at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 13 at the baseball field at the McDuffie Woods Community Center.
We’re told several speakers, including some of our local community leaders and law enforcement, will be on hand to discuss a number of topics including:
- How to interact with law enforcement
- What to do if you are a witness to police misconduct
- Community Accountability
- Police Accountability
- Knowing your rights
There will also be an open question and answer session following the speakers.
For more info about the event and how you can get involved: Email Vanessa Delgado at email@example.com.
Vanessa Delgado joined weekend Good Morning Augusta anchor Shawn Cabbagestalk to share more details on the event.
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