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YANA Virtual Town Hall: July 2020

July 29 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Hope to see you online!

Looking forward to seeing many of you on Wednesday, July 29th!

Please join us as we continue shining the spotlight on Yale alumni leaders fighting inequality and social injustice

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Fighting Inequality: Four Yale Nonprofits
Please join us as we continue shining the spotlight on Yale alumni leaders fighting inequality and social injustice
YANA Town Hall
Wednesday, July 29 | 6:30 PM EDT
All welcome to attend; Registration required
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SPEAKERS
Kristin Urquiza ’03 is the granddaughter of migrant farmworkers and the daughter of a first-generation Mexican-American, Mark Urquiza, who lost his life to Covid-19 last month. To honor her father, Kristin started a grassroots organization  Marked By Covid  dedicated to collecting stories and elevating the truth about the virus that is killing Black and Latino people at twice the rate of whites.
David Blasher ’01 serves as board chair for  Drama Club  a nonprofit that provides theater, improv programming, and mentoring to incarcerated and court-involved youth in New York City. Drama Club realizes that the sense of play, belonging, and collaboration inherent in theater making are key elements that can promote positive mental health in everyone, particularly our vulnerable youth.
Kiran Chokshi ‘20 and  Zo Orchingwa ’21 Law & SOM (Co-Founder, pictured ) are on the leadership team of  Ameelio , the nation’s first free prison communications platform. The mission of Ameelio is to reconnect the incarcerated with their loved ones through digital solutions that facilitate the free delivery of letters and video-conferencing. Their ultimate goal is to decouple incarceration and profit.
Dasia Moore ’18 is the chair of  Go South , a social impact organization that encourages and mobilizes college students in the Northeast to consider mission-driven careers in the American South. Go South believes that exposing Ivy League graduates to the many cultural, economic, and political opportunities in the South can have a transformative impact on both the young leaders and ultimately the region.

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July 29, 2020 | 6:30 PM EDT

This meeting will be held on Zoom

Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance Monthly Meeting

July 29, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpd-yoqzIpH9LiWAeWhciOZdCZoYwWMsCw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Please note that this meeting will be conducted virtually over the Zoom platform, and that in order to participate you’ll first need to download Zoom. We hope you can join us on the 29th for this global session which promises to be an informative and uplifting evening.

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July 29
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