Thank you for joining “Can We Make New Jersey an Equitable Place to Live, Vote and Thrive?” as we posed questions to a roundtable discussion with Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds-Jackson and leaders of the Black Solidarity Group of Lawrence on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 7 PM via Zoom. Program members will include Kyla Allen, Jayda-Milan Parker and Kayla Phillips in a conversation about equity and inclusion in Mercer County facilitated by Dr. Simona L. Brickers of the Lawrence LWV.
View the recording HERE. Read Press Release HERE
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