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Candidate Town Hall: A More Equitable Triad After Covid-19

When: June 10, 2020 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: Online
Summary: The Triad Chapter of ENC will be hosting a community conversation, where several candidates for the NC General Assembly can hear from constituents on how we move forward after the pandemic in a more equitable way.

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COVID-19 has shed light on many of the systemic injustices that have always been present and damaging for marginalized communities.

In light of this, the Triad Chapter of ENC Is hosting a community conversation where several candidates for the NC General Assembly can hear from constituents on how we move forward after the pandemic in a more equitable way.

We will focus on state policy that affects the areas of healthcare, housing/food security, education, and social justice. We welcome your stories, questions, and thoughts on how we work towards "lived equality" for Piedmont Triad citizens.

Featuring:
Senator Michael Garrett, District 27
JD Wooten, candidate for NC Senate, District 24
Nicole Quick, candidate for NC House, District 59
Ricky Hurtado, candidate for NC House, District 63
Brandon Gray, candidate for NC House, District 62

Moderators:
Casey Thomas, Guilford for All, Steering Committee Member
Adrienne Spinner, Triad Civic Engagement Coordinator, ENC

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Candidate Town Hall: A More Equitable Triad After Covid-19

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  • 2020-06-10 18:00:00 2020-06-10 19:00:00 America/New_York Candidate Town Hall: A More Equitable Triad After Covid-19 The Triad Chapter of ENC will be hosting a community conversation, where several candidates for the NC General Assembly can hear from constituents on how we move forward after the pandemic in a more equitable way. (https://equalitync.org/events/candidate_town_hall_a_more_equitable_triad_after_covid_19) OnlinePlease refer to event page

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