• Camille Davis

I AM BLACK Producer to host Virtual Experience on Juneteenth


On June 19, also known as Juneteenth/Emancipation Day, I AM BLACK Producer Angel Livas will host a YouTube Live, two-part experience. has joined as one of our panel speakers!

This Free, virtual event is a step towards finding resolve and healing during this fight towards injustice and equality. Here are the event details:

Video Premier 7pm Participants include:

  • Crystal Berger, FOX News Network

  • Justin Woods, 2020 Michigan State University graduate

  • Paul Beshea Williams - Mental Health Expert

  • Rev. Dr. Howard John Wesly - Alfred Street Baptist Church

  • Dr. Eddie Connor - Best Selling Author & International Speaker

  • John Burns, esq - Co-Founder, ICON Talks & Entertainment Lawyer

Panel 8pm

Participants include:


  • Dr. Michael Eric Dyson

  • Thomas "Tommy" Dortch - Chairman, 100 Black Men of America

  • Rev. Dr. Howard John Wesly - Alfred Street Baptist Church

  • Dr. Eddie Connor - Best Selling Author & International Speaker

  • John Burns, esq - Co-Founder, ICON Talks & Entertainment Lawyer

Livas hopes the "I AM BLACK" Duel Experience will accomplish the following, five goals:

  • Enlighten cultures of the disparities that exist for black Americans

  • Provide the American people with a call-to-action. What can they do?

  • Address the impending mental health crisis due to COVID-19 & recurring police brutality cases

  • A strategy for bystanders - what can you do besides record footage of incidents.

  • Provide a platform for emerging leaders to share their vision for change for Black America


The "I AM BLACK" Duel Experience will allow Black men the opportunity to share their truth regarding how the slaying of men that look like them has impacted their psyche and their leadership inside-and-outside of their homes.


It will also tackle questions such as:


  • When bystanders record deadly acts, is there more that can be done? Whom should they call/report to?

  • Have precincts across America implemented a separate unit for internal investigating of officers?

  • Is anything being done to protect the mental health of individuals witnessing attacks directly?


Livas hopes to Enlighten and Equip our fellow Americans with the resources, information and tools to Empower Positive Action.


She says, when I realized that my boys (aged five and seven) were drawing closer to looking like a "threat" I knew I was running out of time if I continued to wait on the government to solve the problems of police brutality. So, having actionable steps isn't just a good conversation to have...I'm working to save the lives of my children, my brother, and my father."


For more information, visit IAMBLACK.org.

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