Multiple Dates in Fall of 2020
Sponsored by TEDx Jacksonville - Small Great Things
Each Small Great Conversation will take place on Zoom. Participants will watch each speaker's talk together, and then a moderator will lead the group in a deeper conversation with the speaker. Each conversation will be limited to 100 participants.
First Event: Saturday, August 1st, 2020
Small Great Conversations on Racism - JeffriAnne Wilder
Past Events + Updates
June 18th, 2020
Jacksonville City Councilwoman Brenda Priestly-Jackson, OneJax's Nancy Broner, School Board Member Darryl Willie and members of 904ward's Board of Directors for a facilitated conversation. The panelists will participate in an abbreviated Race Cards conversation, followed by breakout sessions that will give participants the chance for a facilitated discussion in smaller sessions.
June 5, 2020
News4Jax Interview with 904WARD leaders, Dr. Kimberly Allen and Tracy Tousey
June 4, 2020
An update from 904ward: Letter to 904WARD Supporters
May 30, 2020
Following up on Thursday's 904ward Community Conversation
May 28, 2020
Virtual event:: When is it Safe to be Black? https://www.904ward.com/when-is-it-safe
August 24 — March 1, 2020 — Visit the Museum of Science and History to see the exhibit, "Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America" on display in partnership with the Jacksonville Community Remembrance Project.
September 7 — Participate in a 904ward Race Cards community conversation at the Museum of Science and History. Details and registration: https://themosh.org/event/cultural-conversations-race-cards/2019-09-07/
September 8 — Jacksonville Community Remembrance Project Soil Collection Ceremony to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Lynching of Bowman Cook and John Morine. Get more information and register.
October 5 — Participate in a 904ward Race Cards community conversation at the Museum of Science and History. Details and registration: https://themosh.org/event/cultural-conversations-race-cards/2019-09-07/