The VCU Alumni Richmond Chapter and the VCU Alumni African American Alumni Council present a series of social justice panel discussions focused on spreading awareness and spawning conversations around topics of social justice and disparities concerning Black people and people of color.
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The VCU Alumni Richmond Chapter and African American Alumni Council host the third panel in their Social Justice-Injustice series, focusing on legislative action. Join the chapters and special alumni guest speakers to discuss how communities of color can mobilize through legislative action and continue to hold local officials accountable between elections.
On Oct. 20, Tomikia LeGrande, Ed.D., VCU’s vice president for strategy, enrollment management and student success, and 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson (M.Ed.’11/E) discussed equality in education with moderator Faith Wilkerson, Ed.D. (B.S.’03/MC; M.Ed.’05/E; Ed.D.’15/E).
The VCU Alumni Richmond Chapter continued its virtual social justice-injustice series Nov. 11 with a panel focused on equity in finance. Richmond City Treasurer Nichole Armstead (B.S.’98/MC) hosted and discussed inequity in the world of finance with Wendell Fuller, CFP, and Jeffrey Jones, CRPC (B.S.’12/B).