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Did you miss the conversation?  You can watch it here.

A live conversation
June 29 2pm PDT, 5pm EDT  - Free, Live, and on the Web
All attendees must be over the age of 13.

Led by Ramone Palmore (Portland OR) and Mimi Mala (Miami FL) the panel includes powerful and respected voices within the Black, legal and medical communities from across the US and UK. Free, live and on the web.
* Notice - PEACE ON THE STREETS may contain potentially disturbing discussions of violence and racism.


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Ramone Isiah Palmore is an American Stage and Film Actor and Producer Ramone is the founder of Global Millennium Pictures Ramone Palmore started acting with Director Beth Harper at Portland's actor's Conservatory. He studied At the Artists Repertory Theatre with Meisner instructor Chris Harder. Palmore was cast in a StreetCar named desire at the SecondStory Repertory theatre with Director Jane Ryan He was then asked to lead in commercials for KGW News and Modus Commercials. He Produced and played John Pearson in the Independent short Film Saving District A Short film about school shootings in America ,Palmore has appeared in Grimm, and The Librarians. Mimi Mala, owner of the radio show “Peace On The Streets Radio” on WOKB provides others a platform of opportunities. She’s able to still assist nonprofit organizations and support our local business / talents and had been published numerous times as winning “ Best Host” “Most Influential Women Of Orlando” 100 Successful Women In Business” As had been one was one of the youngest Latina’s in Florida to own the rights to her own broadcasting and media productions radio show remaining independent on a mainstream broadcasting station.



Tahmina Ali is a British Bangladeshi, North East based spoken word poet, creative freelancer, entrepreneur and young mother. She performs at live events, hosts her own poetry open mic night and radio show and has been awarded the ‘ABC Arts and Culture Award’ for 2018 and 2019. Tahmina uses her poetry as a means to be heard, her poetry is generally influenced by identity, culture and social events.  Tahmina Ali 400x400
Jackie Carter’s goal is to educate, train, and make all drivers aware of the proper procedures of traffic stops to ensure that both the officer and driver remain safe and go home without incident after a routine traffic stop. She is a problem solver and a change agent who served as a Church Administrator for 15 years, received a BS in Criminal Justice, a MS in Legal Studies, and a MPA with a concentration in Criminal Justice, all with a 4.0 GPA. In 2016, her and her husband, Wayne, relocated to Alexandria, Virginia, where she served as a Grand Jury Court Reporter in Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia. During that time, she became enthralled in the injustices that were occurring in our country, especially around traffic stops. Instead of continuing to talk about the problem, she created a solution called Not Reaching to de-escalates traffic stops by eliminating movement and reaching which makes police officers nervous after the murder of Philando Castile in 2016. Jackie Carter 400x400

Andrew Darling grew up in Orlando, FL and is a graduate of Orange County Public Schools. He spent 7.5 years in the Army and deployed to Iraq twice. He met his wife Jennifer in the Army. They have been married 12 years and have two children. Andrew is a former Assistant Public Defender and now runs his own law firm focusing on criminal defense and rights restoration. After graduating from the University of Miami School of Law he was the Campaign Headquarters Operations Manager for the Andrew Gillum for Governor campaign and worked as the assistant to the campaign manager. Andrew will use his military experience, legal credentials, and operational expertise to reform the criminal justice system and become the next Sheriff of Orange County. Andrew believes that he can lead by example and impact the criminal justice system by getting in on the ground floor and changing the very foundation it is built on.

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Marva Davis is the mother of Aron Campbell who was unarmed and killed by a Portland police officer. Marva Davis 400x400
William Igbokwe, A native Texan, William is a Nigerian-American actor, writer, lawyer, and policy analyst living in Portland, Oregon. William Igbokwe 400x400
Rizwan lqbal, Engagement Manager and Culture Director. Manchester. Curator, cultural producer and artist working with black and minority ethnic communities. Rizwan lqbal 400x400
Kwame Damon Mason has been working in the Canadian entertainment industry since 1996. Kwame got his name out there thanks to popular radio stations like KISS 92.5 in Toronto where he hosted a 2 hour hip hop and R&B mix show Da Vibe and in February 2001 Kwame became the weekend announcer on Toronto’s first urban radio station FLOW 93.5. In addition to hosting, Kwame used his experience and expertise to help launch countless radio stations across Canada and has co-hosted with some of Canada’s most well-known DJs and stars like former NHL tough guy George Laraque. Always wanting a new challenge, Kwame recently completed his first feature documentary film Soul On Ice: Past, Present & Future, a documentary about the history and contribution of black athletes in hockey. The film won best picture at the 2015 Edmonton International Film Festival and recently had its American television debut on the NHL Network. No stranger to hard work and perseverance, Kwame sacrificed everything he had to make his debut film, including selling his home and moving back from Alberta to Ontario. The time had come to invest in himself and pursue one of his biggest dreams.

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Emmanuel Mwambingu, Filmmaker/photographer from Atlanta, GA, original from Tanzania.  Jackie Carter 400x400
Rhonda Sekhmet Ra is a Life Healing Specialist, Spoken Word Artist and Community Activist dedicated to the mental, physical and spiritual freedom of people of African descent. Rhonda holds a B.A in Applied Psychology as well as a Master’s degree in Social Work. For almost a decade, Rhonda has helped individuals overcome psychological and emotional challenges. She received her initial clinical training in a hospital psychotherapy clinic and since then she has also worked in a variety of settings including homeless shelters and community treatment teams to provide resources and healing for those in need. For the past five years, Rhonda has been offering psychological and emotional healing through her own healing practice- Lion Heart Life Healing which offers culturally competent sessions, groups and community events. Rhonda is also a spoken word artist who uses her art to spread a message of truth, justice and empowerment. She has performed in a variety of settings across the east coast including in Miami, Philadelphia, Newark and varies cities in South Carolina, North Carolina and New York. Rhonda is also the founder and co-leader of the Black Awakening Movement- an organization dedicated to awakening people of African descent to the truth about racism. On a local level, Rhonda has also worked directly with the National Black Leadership Caucus in Wilmington, NC for years to fight against local injustice in her hometown. Since 2015, Rhonda has created and hosted a multitude of virtual and local events in order to promote healing and freedom for people of African Descent. Rhonda Sekhmet Ra 400x400
Cynda Williams is known for various television and motion pictures from the last three decades: Mo' Better Blues, Caught Up and One False Move, to name a few. She is also know for her vocal performances, i.e. Harlem Blues, and recently published book, Pink Pantie Confessions.  Her newest venture is, P.P.C. Podcast, a self-help platform for people of every age, race, and regligion.  Cynda is an activist, speaking and singing for the rights of all people. Cynda Williams 400x400
Kenneth Wilson, MD, FACS completed his undergraduate education at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and then entered medical school at Howard University. Following graduation from Howard, he completed his residency at Morehouse School of Medicine and his trauma critical care fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI.He currently serves as the Deputy Director of Trauma at the University of Chicago, the city’s newest #1 trauma center serving the southside of Chicago.Dr. Wilson is an active researcher and has been widely published on topics including military trauma and trauma surgical outcomes. He is interested in the association between race and socioeconomic status on trauma-related health outcomes. Jackie Carter 400x400