Verify Out The Full Schedule For HuffPost’s Hear To America Tour


Sept. 14 – Little Rock, Ark.

11 a.m – three p.m.  Tour cease: The Clinton Library  

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7 p.m. (Doorways 6:30pm) Discussion board: “Victory Over Violence: Overcoming Gangs in Little Rock,” Philander Smith Faculty (in partnership with KARK and Fox16 Information)

  • Little Rock group leaders focus on the trail to combating gang violence within the metropolis. Viewers Q&A to observe.
  • Moderator: Fox16 anchor Kevin Kelly
  • Panelists: Tristan Wilkerson, Black Male Initiative coordinator, Social Justice Institute at Philander Smith Faculty; Kenton Buckner, police chief for the Little Rock Police Division; Leifel Jackson, motivational speaker, gang advisor, youth mentor and founding father of ROCAN Inc.; Joyce Elliott, Arkansas state senator
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Sept. 15 – Oxford, Miss.

11 a.m – three p.m.  Tour cease: Oxford City Sq. (close to Metropolis Corridor)

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5:30 p.m. (Doorways at 5 p.m.) Interview: “What Makes Oxford Work: A Sit-Down With Mayor Robyn Tannehill,” Off Sq. Books

  • Journalist and writer Curtis Wilkie talks with Mayor Robyn Tannehill about progress, constructive change and roadblocks to beat. Viewers Q&A to observe. 
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Sept. 18 – Memphis, Tenn.

11 a.m – three p.m.  Tour cease: Crosstown Concourse

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7 p.m. (Doorways at 6:30 p.m.) Discussion board: “Present Mem the Cash,” Clayborn Temple (in partnership with Excessive Floor)

  • Moderator: Wendi C. Thomas, journalist with MLK50
  • Panelists: Floyd Tyler, founder and president of Preserver Companions; Alex Matlock, CEO of Contigo Artistic and president of the Mid-South Latino Chamber of Commerce; Carolyn Hardy, chairman of the Better Memphis Chamber and CEO of Henderson Transloading Companies; Jozelle Booker, president of the Memphis Minority Enterprise Council Continuum
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Sept. 19, 20 – Birmingham, Ala.

Sept. 20, three p.m. –
7 p.m. Tour cease: Railroad Park (17th Avenue Plaza Part A)

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Sept. 19                6 – 7:30 p.m. (Doorways at 5:30 p.m.) Discussion board: 16th Avenue Baptist Church, “Overcoming And Surviving Inside-Metropolis Violence In Birmingham”

  • Moderator: Sarah Verser, WBRC anchor
  • Panelists: Danny Carr, district lawyer; Henry Irby, Birmingham Police deputy chief; Jarralynne Agee, Birmingham Violence Discount Initiative supervisor; Carolyn Johnson, founding father of Mother and father Towards Violence Basis, Inc. 

Sept. 22 – Atlanta, Ga.

Sept. 22 TBD 

Sept. 25 – Asheville, N.C.

Sept. 25, eight:30 – 10:30 am Discussion board: Asheville Guests’ Heart, Lenoir-Rhyne College’s Heart for Graduate Research, A dialog about girls’s well being and rural hospitals

  • Moderators: Frank Taylor, managing editor of Carolina Public Press and Meredith Melnick, editor of The Scope and govt well being and science editor of HuffPost
  • Panelists: Jacqueline Sitton, household nurse practitioner with Park Ridge Well being Pediatrics; Dr. Beth Buys, division director of OB/GYN for Mountain Space Well being and Training Heart (MAHEC)
Sept. 25, 12 p.m. – four p.m.  Tour cease: 12 Bones and Wedge Brewery, 5 Foundy St.

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Sept. 26 – Charlottesville, Va.

Sept 26 TBD    

Sept. 27 – Charleston, W.Va.

Sept. 27, 1 – 5 p.m. Tour cease: Charleston Civic Heart (nook of Quarrier St. and Clendenin St.)

  • Cease by, inform us what’s in your thoughts, and seize some swag. We look ahead to seeing you!
Sept. 27, 
7 p.m. (Doorways at 6:30 p.m.) Discussion board: Little Theater on the Charleston Civic Heart, “Surviving the Opioid Disaster”

  • Introduction: Jason Cherkis, reporter for HuffPost
  • Moderator: Rob Byers, govt editor of the Charleston Gazette-Mail
  • Panelists: Brandi Gunnoe, survivor; Lois Vance, counselor with Cabin Creek Well being Techniques; Mike Brumage, govt director and well being officer of the Kanawha-Charleston Well being Division; Andrea Darr, Deal with with Care

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