First Annual

Florida Conference on Race , Equality, Justice and Opportunity

July 30-31, 2021 at Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel, Orlando

Panels Discussions

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Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel

9939 Universal Blvd, Orlando Fl 32819

Reception- 6:00-9:00

Sat Program-7:30 am -6:00

Golf Package:  July 29-August 1, 2021

* 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

What is Criminal Justice Reform

Diversity: what is it and why is it a goal


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