Sadiqa Reynolds has been at the vanguard of protesting for racial equality in Louisville for a long time. And she and the Louisville Urban League have been making differences in the community long before the protests began. Join this free, online discussion with Reynolds as she discusses the development of the Urban League’s Sports and Learning Complex. This massive undertaking will make Louisville a world-class destination for national and international track and field events, while also providing affordable, accessible health and wellness facilities to West Louisville. The project, which includes transforming brownfields and abandoned properties, is expected to generate $47 million in economic activity, bringing as many as 15,000 visitors to the city and creating countless economic opportunities to the area of town that has been redlined and neglected for generations. See the progress and how you can get involved.
Tuesday, June 30Facebook Live
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