Anger, Action, Answers: A Central California Conversation

ABC30 hopes to continue the conversation about what it means to be a black person in this country in our one-hour discussion on all of our digital platforms.
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A real conversation is being started, opening a dialogue about what it means to be a black person in this country and here in Central California.

ABC30 hopes to continue that discussion with "Anger, Action, Answers: A Central California Conversation." The special one-hour presentation streamed live on Wednesday, June 10th on all of our digital platforms: ABC30.com, our ABC30 mobile app and our apps for Connected TV.

Our panelists were:
  • D'Aungillique Jackson - President, NAACP Fresno State Chapter
  • Joshua Slack - Political Activist
  • Lisa Nichols - Board Member, Black Students of California United
  • Todd Lile - Superintendent of Madera Unified School District
  • Jerry Dyer - Fresno Mayor-Elect and former Fresno Police Chief
  • D.J. Criner - Senior Pastor of Saint Rest Baptist Church, Fresno


  • In our conversation, we hope to give a voice to those who have felt silenced, to understand the injustices, and learn how we can make a real change - together.

    It won't be an easy conversation, but it's about time we had it.

    Real change can't happen without honesty, accountability, and leadership.
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