Sappey Holding Virtual Panel on Law Enforcement, Community and Healing

Sappey Holding Virtual Panel on Law Enforcement, Community and Healing

KENNETT SQUARE, PA — State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to her next presentation in a series of virtual panel discussions on race: “Institutionalized Disadvantage: Law Enforcement, The Community and Healing.”

The discussion will stream live at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, at www.RepSappey.com.

Panelists include state Rep. Dan Williams, D-Chester, Chester County District Attorney Deb Ryan, Chief Gerald Simpson of the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department, and Rev. Annalie Korengel, pastor of Unionville Presbyterian and the police chaplain for Kennett Township, Kennet Square, and Southern Chester County Regional Police Departments.

Those interested in participating should RSVP by emailing Sappey’s office at [email protected] or signing up online at https://www.pahouse.com/Sappey/RSVP/?id=1277.

“Throughout this series of discussions, we have explored the origins of systemic racism in the American institutions of education, housing, health care and justice,” Sappey said. “This upcoming panel will focus on law enforcement changes, community healing and the path forward. I look forward to this event and hope that as many people as possible can join to help chart a new course together.”

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Questions and comments for panelists may be emailed to [email protected] before or during the event. Questions about joining the event can be asked by calling 484-200-8264.

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