Greater Cleveland Delta Foundation Life Development Center
COVID-19: Addressing Education Inequalities Virtual Series
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Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 7:00 pm
With an already racially biased and economically disadvantaged educational system, what are parents to do in the midst of COVID-19? As a parent, are you looking for assistance in fighting against educational inequalities? This discussion will allow you to actively engage with a panel of experts on how to minimize the effects of changes caused by COVID-19 on your child’s education, specialty education funding, and school structure.
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WHEN THEY SEE US, written and produced by Ava Duvernay, is the inspiration for the Delta Foundation CLE series kickoff. The story reframes the 1989 "Central Park Five" tragedy. Parts 1 & 2 of the compelling, award-winning Netflix series will be screened at the CLE. This portrayal of wrongfully convicted minority youth has generated ongoing buzz, not only because of its actors and awards, but also because of its disturbing "ripped from the headlines" content.
We will go beyond emotion to visit many of the legal issues that arose in the case. Racial profiling, prosecutorial discretion, and police tactics will be examined. This unique 8.0 hour CLE, which includes 1.5 hours of professional conduct, will conclude with a panel discussion that explores how this travesty of justice occurred.
Will open at 7:30 am. Showing of part one of the Netflix series will begin promptly at 8:30 am. Materials may be emailed to attendees.
Prospect Garage will be the closest to Fenn Tower; 2350 Prospect Ave East, Cleveland, OH 44115. Go to: https://www.csuohio.edu/parking/prospect-parking-garage.
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Other parking may be available at The South Garage, 2101 E 21st St, Cleveland, OH 44115.
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Distinguished Presenters Include:
Steve Dettelbach, J.D.; Ronnie Dunn, Phd., Stephanie Hall, J.D.; Prof. Ayesha Bell Hardaway, J.D.; Karrie Howard, J.D.; Judge Sherrie Miday; Judge Michael Nelson; David T. Magee, J.D.; Judge Emanuella Groves; Mark A. Stanton, J.D.; Sanford Watson, J.D.
Continental breakfast and boxed lunch is included in the introductory price of $130.00 for Lawyers; $35 for students.
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WE RISE TOGETHER Celebrates the achievements of women in our community by the WOMEN IN LAW of the CMBA
The Delta Foundation in conjunction with THE WOMEN IN LAW section of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association celebrated women in our community and the legacy of Stephanie Tubbs Jones. The STEPHANIE TUBBS JONES LEGACY AWARD was bestowed on Dr. Betty K. Pinkney, Esq on Friday March 8th at the WE RISE TOGETHER program by the Honorable Alison Nelson Floyd with introductions by the Honorable Mable Jasper. All women are members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.
GCDFLDC recognized Dr. Betty Pinkney for her extensive community service including her volunteerism and prolific mentorship to others in her field of law.
Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, Dr. Pinkney received her bachelor’s degree from Central State University, Masters Degree from Case Western Reserve University, Juris Doctorate Degree from Cleveland State University, Marshal College of Saw and a doctorate degree from Cleveland State University Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. Attorney Pinkney's barr admissions include the Supreme Court of the United States, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the District of Columbia.
Dr. Pinkney served as the District Director for the office of Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, mentoring her leadership throughout her career.
STEPHANIE TUBBS JONES was a Democratic politician and member of the United States House of Representatives. She represented the 11th District of Ohio, which encompasses most of downtown and eastern Cleveland and many of the eastern suburbs in Cuyahoga County, including Euclid, Cleveland Heights, and Shaker Heights.
She was the first African-American woman to be elected to Congress from Ohio. Tubbs Jones was a co-chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Tubbs Jones graduated from the city's Collinwood High School. She earned an undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University, graduating with a degree in Social Work from the Flora Stone Mather College in 1971. In 1974, she earned a Juris Doctor from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Tubbs Jones was elected a judge of the Cleveland Municipal Court (1981) and subsequently served on the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga County (1983–91).
She then served as the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor from 1991 until resigning in early 1999 to take her seat in Congress. Tubbs Jones passed away August 20, 2008.
GCDFLDC thanks our sponsors for this event -
LINDA DARBY EDWARDS & TERESA METCALF BEASLEY
Event Co-Chairs -
LAURA CREED & KATHI HOWARD PRIMES
GCDFLDC FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE CHAIR - SARA CORPREW
MARLON A. PRIMES, ESQ -CMBA PRESIDENT / MARSHA A. BROOKS, GCDFLDC PRESIDENT
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GREATER CLEVELAND DELTA FOUNDATION, DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. & CLEVELAND METROPOLITAN BAR ASSOCIATION
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