TWITCH, ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, REV. AL SHARPTON AND USC PARTNER FOR “UNFINISHED BUSINESS: RACE AND EQUITY IN AMERICA”

Twitch, the University of Southern California, the USC Race and Equity Center, the USC Safe Communities Institute, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and his USC Schwarzenegger Institute and Reverend Al Sharpton are excited to announce Unfinished Business: Race and Equity in America, a live summit takeover of Twitch happening today  Friday, October 16th to Sunday, October 18th. This set of unique, digital live stream panels on how to fight racism will bring together some of America’s brightest thinkers, political leaders, public servants, academic experts, celebrities and executives across a range of industries to discuss racial inequality in America. 

“With Election Day upon us, I’m proud to stand with Gov. Schwarzenegger to address this nation’s unfinished business around racial equity, criminal justice reform, voting rights, education, and health care, among other critical themes. This moment in time demands change and it has nothing to do with political party or ideology, but everything to do with fighting for a more equal future for all Americans. The ATTN: virtual takeover will foster a much-needed dialogue as we rise up and tackle racism,” said Rev. Al Sharpton, Founder & President, National Action Network Inc.

Check out the full program lineup here.