On Feb 24, 2010, the Henrietta Wells Livermore School of Politics (Host Committee), Manhattan Republican Community Coalition, New York Urban League Young Professionals, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. / Alpha Gamma Lambda Chapter, and distinguished panelists came together to tackle important issues during Black History Month. at the third annual Black Forum 2010. This year's bi-partisan forum focused on Employment, Business, Education, Health Care and Crime, not just politics. Community outreach with a broad and diverse in attendance.
There were two panels. Each panel is posted in 10 minute segments.
Panel One : Part 1 is the introductions. Parts 2 - 6 are the Panel and the Q and A.
Part 1 (the introductions)
The topics in Panel one are Employment / Business (Small Business Development, Corporate Flight, Jobs) Education (School Choice, Options, Vouchers, Trade School, Community Colleges, Mentoring/Community involvement, e.g. OHBM / Eagle Academy)
Part 1 panelists: Charles Payne, David Banks, Tara Dowdell, Marc Lamont Hill, Janks Morton
Part 2: Panel 1 begins:
Part 3:Panel 1 continues
Part 4: Panel 1 Finishes and Q& A begins
Part 5 - Q and A continues for Panel 1
Part 6 Conclusion Q and A for Panel 1
Panel 2 videos are posted here
There are moments when camera is not still. Had no platform, tripod was used as a mono-pod (so I could elevate above the heads). C'est la vie!It was a great 2 hours and I was very glad to be there.
For more info on the Black Forum go the Black Forum.info