Felicia Mycyk, community advocate, said, "I believe this is the time to listen to the community on what they are currently experiencing." The wave of changes in the world with COVID-19 and the recent protest has our coverage area trying to adjust to new protocols and understanding.
Some of the citizens and leaders have first-hand experience with COVID-19 and/or a form of racism, while others have none. These conversations would be between people to explore the current world they live in, how it is affecting them, and what they believe will happen next.
"Change must come to the community by its leaders and citizens, and it starts with identifying where we fall short, and at times it may be uncomfortable. But through healthy and productive dialogue, we can move forward as a community", added Mycyk.
Ambridge Connection with the help of the Pittsburgh Media Partnership will hold the community discussions on Zoom and broadcasted live over Facebook. Discussions will include members of the community along with business owners, elected officials, and community leadership.
The first Ambridge Connection's Community Discussion will be on Sat. June 13 at 9:30 am.
Want to be a part of the conversation? Submit your inquiry at: https://forms.gle/gfdL1PmHZG692W4j9
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