Keynote, Dr. Ramona Bishop and the “Black Friday” film at the African American Leadership Weekend Summit.

REGISTER NOW for the Moving the Urban Agenda 2-Day Summit taking place April 22-23 at the Holiday Inn-Capitol Plaza in Downtown Sacramento.

To purchase tickets call (916) 463-0177.

The California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation (CBCCF) will host the African American Leadership “Moving the Urban Agenda”, organized to address social, civic and economic disparities and solutions within the African American community. The Chamber Foundation hosts two days of dialogue, creating aggressive strategy to improve African American conditions in communication and technology, political process, wealth- building, healthcare, reducing crimes/saving lives and a Young Adult Roundtable.

Dr. Ramona Bishop, President CAAASA and Vallejo Unified School District Superintendent will serve as Friday’s keynote luncheon speaker. Dr. Bishop graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Richmond and received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley. She earned her teaching credential from the University of San Francisco where she was student of the year. She earned her Master’s Degree and administrative credential from California State University, Hayward. She was awarded a doctorate in educational administration from the University of Pacific. Colleagues and community members have recognized Dr. Bishop for her excellence in education.

Aubry Stone, Director CBCCF, stated “It is an honor to have Dr. Bishop address the Leadership event this year. Her decorated background in education and continued influence in the African American Community over the years attest to her dedication to our youth.”

Leadership event will cover Government Politics, Health Issues & African-American Family, Finance Empowerment &Community Building, Centers and the Young Adult Roundtable.

The conference provides the Chamber an opportunity to bring community leaders together. Their goal is to determine a single strategy and plan to maximize social and economic development across the entire state, utilizing educational models to build better communities.

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Get your tickets for the film, “Black Friday” showing Fri-4/22 at 7 pm.

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