Berkeley is holding a virtual town hall June 11 on race, health and policing

The city of Berkeley is holding a virtual town hall tonight where members of the public can hear from, and talk to, City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley, Police Chief Andrew Greenwood and Health Officer Dr. Lisa Hernandez in a conversation about race, health and policing during the pandemic.

“This pandemic has bluntly exposed deep, systemic inequities in our nation — issues that Berkeley is not immune from,” said Williams-Ridley, the first African-American woman to be Berkeley’s city manager. “Even while sheltering in place for safety, it’s critical that we talk so we can connect on such fundamental issues.”

Virtual Town Hall: Race, Health and Policing in a Time of Pandemic
When: Thursday, June 11, 7 p.m.
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82765512167
Phone: 669-900-9128, Webinar ID: 827 6551 2167

Everyone is invited to ask questions or just listen. Submit questions ahead of time via manager@cityofberkeley.info to allow as many people as possible to ask questions.