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Thu, October 14, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM ET
LOCATION

Sara J. González Park
2411 Coronet Way NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
Critical Conversations: The Afro Latino

For Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, please join us for an important conversation about the Afro Latino experience in the Latinx/Hispanic community, the United States and the Southeast. In partnership with esteemed organizations 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Emerging 100, HYPE (Hispanic Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs), and Ohio River South this conversation will be led by prominent Afro Latino leaders from Atlanta and held at the Sara J. González Memorial Park, the first memorial to a Latinx in Georgia and which is dedicated to honoring the values of inclusion, diversity and equity. This event is open to the public. 

Panelists to be announced.

 

When and Where:
Thursday, October 14, 8:00 am -9:30am
Sara J. González Park: 2411 Coronet Way NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

 

Supporting Partners:

100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc.
Emerging 100 of Atlanta
Hispanic Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs 
Ohio River South
Sara J. González Park

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A WORD FROM THE ORGANIZERS

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PARKING DETAILS

Parking around the park is limited and also not allowed on Pine Groove Road. Please look for availability along Coronet Way or Defoors Ferry Rd. You can also park at no cost in the parking garage located at 2275 Marietta Blvd. The entrance is between the two retail buildings and says ‘RETAIL PARKING’ above the entrance. Once parked, there are stairs to the right that lead up to the sidewalk across from the park for easy access. There will be 50 spaces available for use. 

Registration


Free Critical Conversations: The Afro Latino
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