The My Black Counts California Census and Redistricting Academic Roundtable

A luncheon and conversation with a small group of academics and thought leaders from across California talking about the role of the 2020 census and redistricting process in determining the future of Black voice, community and power in California


Our Co-hosts

USC’s Program for Environmental and Regional Equity

UC Berkeley’s Othering and Belonging Institute

The Black Census and Redistricting Hub, a Project of California Calls


Our Featured Panelists

Anthony Thigpenn, President of California Calls

Arthur Gailes, Coordinator, Opportunity Mapping Project, UC Berkeley Institute of Othering and Belonging

Chris Ringewald, Director of Research and Data Analysis at Advancement Project of CA

John Dobard, Director of Political Voice at Advancement Project of CA

Manuel Pastor, Director, Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at USC

Pam Stephens, Doctoral Student of Urban Planning at UCLA

When: Friday, January 24th from 11 am - 2 pm
Haas School of Business, Cheit Hall, Room C250 (Tusher Theather)
RSVP: Seats for this intimate conversation are limited, please confirm your seat by January 17th. Email to confirm your seat. Details about the exact campus locations will follow. 

Note: This event is wheelchair accessible. Kindly refrain from wearing scented products.