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Gather with the dreamers and doers of our city to imagine an Evansville where everyone flourishes.

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JANUARY 27

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

OLD NATIONAL BANK ATRIUM

1 Main Street, Evansville, IN 47708

TOPICS

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Pursuing

Justice

Roseyn Hood

CHIEF DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION & BELONGING OFFICER
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation

With nearly three decades of experience in public education, Roseyn Hood came to Evansville in 2021 to further the development of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture for EVSC students, families, and staff, as well as the broader Evansville community.

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Joann Hunter

CO-LEADER

And How Are the Children Evansville

Joann moved to Evansville as a child in foster care and has spent the last 20 years serving individuals and families through community outreach ministries and non-traditional education.

 

These experiences, as well as her interest in early childhood education, entrepreneurship, and pastoral leadership have granted her an acute awareness of how social systems impact the lives of real people.

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Creating

Beauty

Logan Miller

FILMMAKER & HIP HOP ARTIST

Kriss Films

As an independent filmmaker and a music artist, Logan Miller has leveraged his creative talents to shed light on important topics and celebrate beauty in the midst of struggle.

His 2020 film, Love: Undivided, seeks to bridge racial divides in our city and beyond, as does the film he produced with For Evansville on the history of racial division in Evansville. In addition, much of his music addresses topics related to depression, anxiety, and self-image.

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       Affirming
Human      
       Dignity

John Benton

DIRECTOR OF CRADLE-TO-CAREER CONTINUUM

Dream Center Evansville

With degrees in psychology and social work, as well as five years of experience providing wrap-around services to ensure the success of kids experiencing poverty, John Benton understands the traumatizing and dehumanizing effects poverty can have on individuals and families. 

 

Through Dream Center's work in Jacobsville, he has also seen firsthand how starting with a person's innate human dignity can transform persons and whole communities.

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LIVE MUSIC

Theophilus Akai

Theophilus Akai hails from Ghana, West Africa and has lived in multiple states in the U.S. His exposure to a variety of cultures has helped him hone his skills as a unique guitar player with experience as a touring and studio musician.

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