Sister of jogger shot and killed in Brunswick neighborhood to speak at community town hall

A flyer advertises virtual town hall.
A flyer advertises virtual town hall. (Courtesy: Georgia Coastal Community)

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – Jasmine Arbery, the sister of Ahmaud Arbery who was the jogger who was shot and killed by two men claiming to make a citizens arrest, will speak at a virtual town hall with the Georgia Community Action Authority at noon Friday.

The town hall, called Youth Justice Speak, will focus on social justice issues, racial disparities and the criminal justice system in the United States.

Tomorrow at 12 pm EST join us for YOUth Speak Justice! You don’t want to miss this! Our youth are going to share! #like...

Posted by Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority Inc. on Thursday, May 14, 2020

On a Facebook event page, a description reads, “Youth in Brunswick, Georgia and Madison, Wisconsin, will discuss racial disparities with Ahmaud Arbery’s sister."

The CEOs of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County, Wisconsin, and Coastal Georgia Community Action Authority are co-hosting the virtual town hall which is scheduled to last 90 minutes.

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