High school and college students are invited to join in a conversation with CCEJ’s 28th Annual Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast Speaker, Christian Picciolini.
Thursday, March 7, 2019
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Long Beach City College
4901 East Carson St., Room T-1200
Long Beach, CA 90808
CCEJ’s Youth Event will be held at LBCC Room T-1200. In the map below, T-1200 is indicated in red.
LBCC’s Parking Services has graciously provided parking for FREE in Parking Structure J and Lot M. The closest parking area is Parking Structure J, indicated in blue to the right of T-1200. If that lot is full, we recommend using Lot M, which is also in blue on the bottom left.
This event is FREE! Refreshments will be provided.
RSVP for the event here, or to Daniel at 562-435-8184 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Picciolini was born and raised in Blue Island, Illinois, the son of Italian immigrants. As a young person, he joined the white supremacist movement of the 1980s and 1990s, eventually becoming a leader within the movement and using music to advance hatred in a white supremacist punk band. In 1996, at 22 years old, he left the violent hate movement to begin the process of rebuilding his life. He earned his degree in international relations and international business at DePaul University and started his own digital media and counter-extremism consulting firm. Using music to advance a different agenda, Christian founded another, non-racist punk rock band as well. Today, he is an MSNBC contributor, Emmy Award-winning director and producer, published author, and global peace advocate, working to use the redemption he has been offered to make the world a better, more peace-filled place.
To download a copy of our event flyer, click here.
This Youth Event is sponsored by: