The City of Bowie Diversity Committee supports the City's diverse and multicultural community by hosting events dedicated to fostering meaningful dialogue and educating the community.
The #BowieSpeaks series is an opportunity to have an open and honest dialogue about topics that matter to Bowie residents and to hear the diverse perspectives of people who live, work, and thrive in Bowie including residents, City leaders, business owners, and students.
Upcoming #BowieSpeaks Community Conversation - February 28, 2024
Join the City of Bowie Diversity Committee at the next #BowieSpeaks community conversation, with the theme "What Happened to the Dream?", in honor of Black History Month. The conversation takes place on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, from 7 - 8 p.m. at Bowie City Hall (15901 Fred Robinson Way).
The panel discussion will be focused on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's I Have a Dream Speech. During the conversation, we will discuss where you feel we are in the dream now and contemplate how, as a diverse community, we can continue to propel it forward. Panelists for the discussion include Dr. Kara Hunt, Chief Diversity Officer for the State of Maryland and a Bowie resident; Samantha Howard, Liaison to the Prince George’s County Office of Latino Affairs; Gabrielle Parker, Bowie HS SGA Board Member; Dr. Julius Davis, Bowie State University; and Chief Preston.
All ages are welcome to attend and refreshments will be served.
Registration is encouraged. Please continue to check this webpage for updates about the event and our panelists. For more information, please contact Lori Cunningham at Lcunningham@cityofbowie.org.