REMINDER……………… RSVP’s Are Required.
Please plan to join the Central California Region and Fresno Chapter of the Black American Political Association of California (BAPAC) on Saturday, April 27th for their Annual Mid-Year Planning Convening. State and Central Valley lawmakers and community members will gather to address three topic areas.
Session #1- How will BAPAC impact the 2020 election cycle for California and the Central Valley?Moderator- Debbie Darden; Panelists- Dr. Willie Blair, BAPAC State President, Dr. Henry Hendrix, Central CA Vice PresidentSession #2- What is the state of education for African American children in California and the Central Valley?
Moderator- Daren Miller; Panelist- Khieem Jackson, Asst. Supt. CDE, Eva Ruiz, Trustee Board Member CTA, Pastor Tobias Brookins, local educator
Session #3- Young, Diverse, & Active: How will Millennials (Generationals) impact the 2020 Election Cycle?
Moderator- Janee Young; Panelist- Kaya Herron, Govt. Liaison FMBCC, Garbralle Conroe, Adjunct Professor FSU & Marcel Woodruff, Community Organizer Faith in the Valley
Saturday, April 27th- 9:00 am Registration; 9:30 am – 3:00 pm Program
Fresno City College- Forum Hall Building
Relaxed parking in lots on McKinley Ave.
Cost: $5 & $20/per (includes continental breakfast and lunch)
RSVP’s are REQUIRED
Student Link $5.00
Non-Student link $20
We look forward to you presence with us on Saturday, April 27th.