Cara Mia Theatre Company presents Community Forum: Healing and Reconciliation in Dallas

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In the wake of the recent tragedies in downtown Dallas on July 7, 1916, Cara Mia Theatre offers a community conversation on Healing and Reconciliation, led by a panel of law enforcement officers, community activists, religious leaders, and human rights advocates.

Panel moderator Rebecca Aguilar, an award-winning journalist, will engage the panelists in a sorely needed and thoughtful discourse.

Panelists include:

  • Ron Pinkston, President Dallas Police Association
  • Ericka Ventura, Leadership Representative, Dallas Area Interfaith
  • Rick Haleperin, Director, SMU Human Rights Institute
  • Jesse Flores, Chief Deputy, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department
  • Shelly Knight, Captain, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department
  • Sara Mokuria, Co-Founder, Mothers Against Police Brutality
  • Brianna Brown, Dallas County Director, Texas Organizing Project
  • Michael Mata, Vice Chairman, Assist the Officer Foundation

Event Details


10.1.16 | 5:00 pm


Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX 75204


Ticket Info

Admission is free.