Watch the first four 100 Conversations for Change Now

"Having marches and conversations around Black Lives Matter is a good thing. But, then what?"
- Drake Harrison, president, 100 Black Men of Syracuse.

Drake Harrison hosts conversations with Central New York leaders and influencers--the people who have the power to make change. Through 100 Conversations for Change, these leaders outline plans for how they can enact change for the better in our community.

Ben Walsh, Syracuse Mayor

Walsh discusses racism and its impact on the Syracuse community.

Senator Rachel May

Harrison and May discuss the how the political process works and its consequences.

Kenton T. Buckner, Syracuse Police Chief

Buckner talks about the relationship between the police and the Syracuse community.

Andreas G. Frank, President, Front Line Care, Hillrom

Harrison and Frank speak about racism and how it affects healthcare outcomes for both patients and caregivers.

Listen to the online conversation with 100 Conversations participants from October 8.

Do you have a decision maker or influencer in the Central New York community you would like to see part of 100 Conversations for Change?
Let 100 Black Men of Syracuse know and nominations will be reviewed for potential inclusion in future Conversations.  


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