Community Conversations Series
The Foundation for Black Excellence has partnered with community members in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana to discuss the state of education for the Black community. The first meeting in the Community Conversation series was held Saturday, March 20th, 2021 online to maintain social distancing protocols. Voices from concerned parents, grandparents, educational professionals, social workers and community members at large took time to begin the conversation to tackle difficult decisions on the way forward.
The next conversation is a lunch time discussion to be held online Thursday, April 1st, 2021 at 12:15 Central / 1:15 Eastern. To register, visit https://www.foundationforblackexcellence.org/event-details/community-conversations-education-in-new-orleans-2.
About The Foundation for Black Excellence:
The Foundation for Black Excellence was founded in 2019. The mission of The Foundation for Black Excellence is to provide comprehensive intervention, prevention, education, and community services for vulnerable populations in the community. The Foundation for Black Excellence is committed to three main programs in order to serve their mission: FBE Schools, Voices of Tomorrow, and community outreach. Comprised of volunteers around the nation, The Foundation for Black Excellence is headquartered in Sacramento, California. For more information, log onto https://www.foundationforblackexcellence.org/.