The Continuous Journey for Civil Rights Employees are welcome to attend this Lunch and Learn to hear reflections from participants in Project Pilgrimage’s Fall 2017 civil rights pilgrimage to the Deep South. Project Pilgrimage builds interracial and intergenerational communities in Washington state and beyond by studying, understanding, and gaining inspiration from transformational movements and individuals. This presentation will describe Project Pilgrimage, experiences of the Fall 2017 cohort, and discuss ways to engage in and support civil rights. This Lunch and Learn is presented by Devon Love with Vroom Activation and Help Me Grow Systems Manager, and Audrey Vaughan, Program Manager with 98point6 Inc. This event will take place Wednesday, February 21 from noon to 1:00 p.m. Chinook Building, Rooms 121/123.
Orlando Medical Examiner’s Response to the Pulse Nightclub tragedy with Dr. Joshua D. Stephany, M.D. King County employees are also welcome to attend this presentation by Dr. Joshua Stephany, the Chief Medical Examiner in Orlando. Dr. Stephany will present the medical examiner response to the Pulse Nightclub tragedy. Dr. Stephany received his M.D. in New York and trained in Forensic Pathology in Miami. He is certified in Anatomic and Forensic Pathology by the American Board of Pathology. In his presentation for the King County Medical Examiner’s Office Forensic Pathology Conference, Dr. Stephany will walk attendees through the response and challenges that he and his staff faced through the days following the mass fatality incident. Dr. Stephany hopes his analysis of the tragedy and response will help other cities and their medical examiner offices prepare for a similar occurrence. This event will take place Wednesday, February 21 from 11:00 a.m. to noon at the Harborview Medical Center Research and Training Building Auditorium, 300 Ninth Ave, Seattle, WA.
All King County employees welcome, but space is limited. For more information contact Olga Alexander at Olga.Alexander@kingcounty.gov.