Second Annual

Florida Conference on Race , Equality, Justice and Opportunity

July 22-23, 2022 at Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando

Panels Discussions

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WHEN AND WHERE 

Rosen Centre  Hotel

9939 International Drive, Orlando Fl 32819

* below is a general discription of panel discussion items to be outlined in final schedule... including possible changes

  • Equality and Inclusion: what is it and what are best practices
  • Public and private sector approaches to diversity, equality and inclusion
  • Corporate goodwill of diversity, equality and inclusion for general national prosperity
  • Wha t is Criminal Justice Reform
  • Diversity: what is it and why is it a goal
  • Entrepreneurship
  • What Dr King wanted
  • Erasing barriers to business entry for minorities
  • Small  business loans
  • Vocational training and certification
  • The role of literature
  • The role of history in forging a more inclusive future
  • The specific role of African America history
  • Environmental justice 
  • Addressing poverty in Florida
  • How do we improve policing in America where police and community are aligned
  • Equality and inclusion in college life
  • Voting enfranchisement.. away from disenfranchisement
  • The role of academia in the thrust toward more, diversity, equality and inclusion
  • HBCU roundtable
  • Role of the arts ( drama, music, spoken language, poetry and all artistic expression)
  • By the numbers: Statistics specific to equality, inclusion, opportunities and access to wealth
  • Reentry into society from incarceration ( barriers and opportunities)
  • Prosecution ( criminal justice): who gets prosecuted, who doesn't and why... and how to secure more equality in the system
  • The things we have in common... eliminating race from the equation
  • Discriminatin specific to gender and sexual orientation...  its impact on equality and inclusion
  • The role of the faith community in securing more equality
  • Prison reform 
  • Homelessness: the barriers and how to address them
  • Credit and money management
  • Affordable housing
  • Education