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Community Conversation Thursday online: ‘A Quest for Equity’

Aug. 19. In response to the public outcry following the George Floyd tragedy, the mayors and police chiefs of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville will participate in a virtual conversation on social and racial equity on Thursday, Aug. 20. It will feature a panel discussion among town officials and community leaders.

The intent is to openly discuss inequities in our community and how all citizens can help turn the tide.

The public is invited to view this discussion and submit questions in advance for the panelists to address during the conversation. To contribute to the discussion, RSVP below and you will be prompted to submit your question or comment.  It starts Thursday, Aug. 20 at 6 pm.

Join via Zoom

Meeting ID: 845 3887 7910 (No password required)

Elected Officials

Cornelius Mayor Woody Washam

Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox

Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla

Law Enforcement

Cornelius Chief Kevin Black

Huntersville Chief Bence Hoyle

Davidson Chief Penny Dunn

Davidson Officer Kanita Boone

Faith & Community Leaders

Rev. Ellison Bowman, Torrence Chapel AME Zion Church

Rev. Jonathan Marlowe, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church & Unity in the Community

Ruby Houston, North Mecklenburg Economic Mobility Collaborative

Georgia Kruegger, formerly with Ada Jenkins Center and LKN YMCA

Maritza Stutts, Ada Jenkins Center