Join Us: Live Tele-Town Hall featuring Mayor Quinton Lucas of Kansas City on June 1

Posted on 05/28/20

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AARP to Host Tele-Town Hall featuring Mayor Quinton Lucas, Dr. Rex Archer, Director of the KCMO Health Department, Kansas City Councilwoman Melissa Robinson and Kansas City Councilwoman Ryana Parks-Shaw to address Disparities the Coronavirus is causing African Americans Age 50+ across the City

AARP is hosting a live tele-town hall on June 1, 2020 on how multicultural communities are facing huge disparities caused by the coronavirus including access to healthcare, health outcomes, access to financial support and more in the Kansas City area. Join AARP, Mayor Quinton Lucas, Dr. Rex Archer, Director of the Kansas City Health Department, 3rd District Councilwoman, Melissa Robinson, and 5th District Councilwoman, Ryana Parks-Shaw for this important event.

Details about this event for the public and the media are below:

What: AARP Kansas City Coronavirus Disparities Live Tele-Town Hall

When: Monday, June 1, 2020, 11:00am – 12:00pm

Special Guests:
Kansas City Mayor, Quinton Lucas
Dr. Rex Archer, Director of the KCMO Health Department
3rd District Kansas City Councilwoman, Melissa Robinson
5th District Kansas City Councilwoman, Ryana Parks-Shaw

Where: Audio Telephone Event:
Audience Call-In Information: 1-877-229-8493; Access Code: 114613

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