An Evening with Nicole Hudson, Deputy Mayor for Racial Equity and Priority Initiatives for the City of St. Louis

Wednesday, June 13, 2018, Clark-Fox Forum | The Brown School
5:00 pm | Reception
6:00 pm | Presentation

Tragic and highly politicized events in the past several years have brought to light deep-rooted racism and inequities in our region. Through her work with the Ferguson Commission, Forward Through Ferguson, and now the City of St. Louis’ Mayor’s Office, Nicole Hudson has had a front row seat. During her talk, Hudson will share insights from her experiences and discuss why St. Louis is uniquely positioned to be a national leader in advancing racial equity.

This event is presented by Incarnate Word and the Clark-Fox Policy Institute. Limited spaces, register now:

Community Organizing and Advocacy Course

June 18 – 22, 1 – 4 pm each day, Brown School

Led by Clark-Fox Policy Institute leadership, Gary Park and Atia Thurman, this course offers participants an overview of how methods of community organization accomplish goals that are relevant to social work and public health practitioners. Additionally, the course will explore community organization activities that address the values of social justice and racial equity.

$400 Non-profit/government employees (not for academic credit)