9 A.M-10 A.M. - MAINTAINING YOUR ORGANIZATION’S MISSION: What are nonprofits, block clubs, churches and community groups doing to serve through the COVID-19 crisis?
-John George, Detroit Blight Busters; Rev. Horace Sheffield, Detroit Assoc. of Black Organizations; Darrin Flowers, All Four One; Mose Primus, Yorkshire Woods Community Assoc.; MODERATOR: Luther Keith, ARISE Detroit!
WORKSHOP 2 :
10:15 A.M—11:15 A.M.- HOW FUNDERS ARE FUNDING: Funders have adjusted their giving patterns and priorities to have the greatest impact during COVID -19. What you need to know.
-Kumar Ray, The Skillman Foundation; Rob Scott, U.S. Small Business Administration; Yolanda Lyles Johnson, W.K. Kellogg Found.; MODERATOR: Leslie Andrews, Leslie Andrews Consulting
11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. - PUBLIC SAFETY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: Building better relations between law enforcement and the community. What is being done to eliminate racial and economic disparities in our legal system.
-Todd Bettison, Detroit Police Dept.; Teferi Brent, Detroit 300; Shirley Burch, Detroit Police Commissioner; Erin Keith, Detroit Justice Cntr.; John Sloan, III, Black Lives Matter/Detroit Chapter: MODERATOR: Chuck Stokes, WXYZ-TV
SUMMIT KEYNOTE SPEAKER
-Conrad Mallett, Jr. Deputy Mayor/City of Detroit
2:00 - 3:00 P.M. - ENTREPRENEURIAL SURVIVAL: What small businesses are doing in securing funding, revising their business models and being creative to remain open.
-Gerald Davis, Thursday Luncheon Group; Tony Stall, Hot Sam's Clothier; Lydia Guiterrez, Hacienda Mexican Foods; Hodari Brown, National Business League; MODERATOR: Mark Lee, The Lee Group/Super Station-910AM
3:15 - 4:15 P.M.—CREATING EQUITY IN DETROIT: Creating more inclusive /diverse economic opportunities for Detroiters.
-Ashley Clark, Detroit Future City; Bishop Edgar Vann, Detroit Equity Report; Mike Rafferty, New Detroit; Yusef Shakur, MI Roundtable; MODERATOR: George Swann III, Swan Group