The Kansas African American Affairs Commission needs your help.


Please share with others concerned about inequities faced in the State of Kansas. Your participation and support is both needed and appreciated!

The Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC) is hosting an event in your community. We need your assistance to plan your 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meeting. The KAAAC in partnership with your district steering committee and the Urban League of Kansas requests 8-12 minutes of your time to complete an important research questionnaire on African Americans residing in Kansas. Click on the Equity Matters button above or this statement to complete our brief survey. By participating, you will support our research on the State of African Americans in Kansas and be among the first contributors to our 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meetings. The data from this survey will only be presented in aggregate and individual responses will be anonymous. Email kaaac@ks.gov if you have questions or concerns.
The Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC) is hosting an event in your community. We need your assistance to plan your 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meeting. The KAAAC in partnership with your district steering committee and the Urban League of Kansas requests 8-12 minutes of your time to complete an important research questionnaire on African Americans residing in Kansas. Click on the Equity Matters button above or this statement to complete our brief survey. By participating, you will support our research on the State of African Americans in Kansas and be among the first contributors to our 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meetings. The data from this survey will only be presented in aggregate and individual responses will be anonymous. Email kaaac@ks.gov if you have questions or concerns. EQUITY

MATTERS!

The Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC) is hosting an event in your community. We need your assistance to plan your 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meeting. The KAAAC in partnership with your district steering committee and the Urban League of Kansas requests 8-12 minutes of your time to complete an important research questionnaire on African Americans residing in Kansas. Click on the Equity Matters button above or this statement to complete our brief survey. By participating, you will support our research on the State of African Americans in Kansas and be among the first contributors to our 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meetings. The data from this survey will only be presented in aggregate and individual responses will be anonymous. Email kaaac@ks.gov if you have questions or concerns.
The Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC) is hosting an event in your community. We need your assistance to plan your 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meeting. The KAAAC in partnership with your district steering committee and the Urban League of Kansas requests 8-12 minutes of your time to complete an important research questionnaire on African Americans residing in Kansas. Click on the Equity Matters button above or this statement to complete our brief survey. By participating, you will support our research on the State of African Americans in Kansas and be among the first contributors to our 3D Discovery Dream Design community town hall meetings. The data from this survey will only be presented in aggregate and individual responses will be anonymous. Email kaaac@ks.gov if you have questions or concerns.
NOTE:

The attached is a flyer for the State of African Americans in Kansas Townhall Meeting to be held April 14, 2012 at Washburn University. The event will be held at the Washburn University Student Union, Washburn Room

To help in understanding the areas of consideration, attached is a draft of the preliminary plan that identifies action items regarding Economic Opportunity & Asset Building and Schools & Educational Opportunity to be considered at all levels of community. Government, Community, Schools, Family and Individual.

Be prepared to help us identify and prioritize these actionable items as well as those to be identified in the morning sessions covering Schools & Educational Opportunity. For more information regarding the morning session, please contact Mrs. Alishia Bush, Chair for the Sub-Committee on Schools & Educatioal Opportunity at 785-969-8438

Thank you in advance for your time, consideration and participation.

Sincerely,

Lazone Grays
Chair – Sub-committee
Economic Opportunities & Asset Building

Kansas African American Affairs Commission
Dr. Mildred Edwards, Executive Director
www.kaaac.ks.gov

(785) 296-4874

3D = Discovery, Dream Design Event

3 D Event Flyer.pdf

State of AA in KS Preliminary Report 2012.pdf

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