Fri, Nov 13 | Zoom

ARE YOU TIRED OF CRIME AND DRUGS DESTROYING YOUR COMMUNITY?

Join the conversation with commuity leader Bob Woodson about the proven strategies of the Woodson Center and 1776 Unites for uplifting communities from the inside by helping others to achieve their potential. We look forward to seeing you on November 13th! Please share with everyone who cares!
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ARE YOU TIRED OF CRIME AND DRUGS DESTROYING YOUR COMMUNITY?

Time & Location

Nov 13, 2020, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST
Zoom

About the Event

Our special guest speaker at November's meeting will be Bob Woodson, founder of Woodson Center and 1776 Unites. He is an influential leader on issues of poverty alleviation and empowering disadvantaged communities to become agents of their own uplift. Woodson is a frequent advisor to local, state and federal government officials as well as business and philanthropic organizations.

Bob's social activism dates back to the 1960s, when as a young civil rights activist he developed and coordinated national and local community revitalization programs. During the 1970’s he directed the National Urban League’s Administration of Justice division. Later he served as a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

Woodson is frequently featured as a social commentator in print and on-air media, including C-SPAN, CNN, Tucker Carlson Tonight, Meet the Press, The O’Reilly Factor, and other national and local broadcasts. He is a contributing editor to The Hill, The Washington Examiner and The Wall Street Journal, and has published in influential newspapers and journals such as Forbes, National Review, The Washington Post, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Vanderbilt Law Review, and other national and local media outlets.

He is the recipient of the prestigious John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship award, the Bradley Prizes presented by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Presidential Citizens Medal, the 2018 William Wilberforce Award and many other awards and honors.

If you want to help your community heal and restore, don't miss this opportunity to hear from a man who has worked with countless communities to create remarkable results.

Every community stakeholder from churches to child welfare organizations to businesses and concerned individuals are encouraged to join the discussion. 

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