You can still get your fill of social events this month through the magic of the internet.
The virtual John Hope Franklin National Symposium continues through June 2. The function “creates new knowledge in areas of reconciliation to advance equality, racial justice and social harmony,” according to the event’s website, jhfnationalsymposium.org. Enjoy talks from educators, sociologists, anthropologists, students, activists and many more leaders as they discuss the event’s theme – Reconciliation and Technology: Neutral Resources for Social Good.
Tulsa Town Hall also goes online this month during a discussion with Steve Forbes on June 26. Forbes, known for his expertise in economics, finance and corporate leadership, discusses his beliefs on capitalism and the free market. The video will be available for 30 days at tulsatownhall.com.
And Oklahoma’s most beloved film festival, deadCenter, moves online for its June 11-21 duration, giving you the opportunity to stream a variety of new movies from the comfort of your own home. Selections include short films, documentaries, independent films, comedies, horror movies and just about anything else you could image. Visit deadcenterfilm.org to learn more.