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Millennial Democrats Host “State of Black Birmingham” Town Hall Meeting Sunday

By Staff

On Sunday, August 21, 2016, members of the Jefferson County Millennial Democrats (JCMD) will host The State of Black Birmingham- A Town Hall Meeting.

JCMS President Le’Darius Hilliard said in a statement, “The City of Birmingham is 74 percent black, and too often, we don’t feel like that is reflected in the number of resources and opportunities we see coming to our communities.”

JCMD President Le’Darius Hilliard added, “We are honored as an organization to bring our leaders together to have a real conversation about community development, education and public safety.”

The State of Black Birmingham- A Town Hall Meeting will feature: Mayor William A. Bell, City Council President Johnathan F. Austin, Jefferson County District Attorney Brandon Falls, Birmingham School Board President Wardine Alexander, community Activist Frank Matthews, and community Activist Martez Files.

The panel discussion will be moderated by JCMD President Le’Darius Hilliard and Birmingham area radio personality Lady Woo Woodruff of 95.7 JAMZ.

The event will be held on Sunday, August 21, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. at The Vault on 1920 Third Avenue North in Birmingham.

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