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Planning for Summit 21 is fully on the way and ticket sales are officially live! 

Join us Thursday, February 25th, as we bring you experts and industry leaders in the fields of Community Outreach, Housing, Climate, Social Justice and more. We have three special guest speakers joining us as well. Retired Miami Heat player and Founder of the Mourning Family Foundation, Alonzo Mourning, Richard Rothstein, Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a Senior Fellow (emeritus) at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, will be joining us as our Lunch Guest Speaker, and Janisse Rosario Schoepp, M.P.H., Ph.D., Vice President of Operations and Strategy Health Foundation of South Florida

As a fun treat, all ticket holders will be entered into a drawing for 1 of 10 signed books from either Mr. Rothstein, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, or Mr. Mourning, Resilience. 

Did someone say lunch? Because we are virtual this year, every ticket purchased through February 22nd will include a $15 UberEats credit. Take advantage of the early bird rate of $35 now through February 13th. Ticket prices go up to $50 thereafter, through event date. 

Want to tell a friend outside of South Florida about our Summit? Go for it! Being virtual presents us with the unique opportunity to host participants from all over Florida. The more the merrier for varied perspectives and expanded networking opportunities.  

Day of Schedule of Events: 

8:00 AM: Virtual doors open

8:30 AM: Welcome by Cornell Crews, CRASF Executive Director

8:45 AM: Breakfast Speakers, 

Janisse Rosario Schoepp, M.P.H., Ph.D. & Alonzo Mourning 

10:00 AM: Workshop Breakouts I

12:30 PM: Lunch Speaker, Richard Rothstein 

1:30 PM: Workshop Breakouts II

3:30 PM: Closing Remarks

To meet the Guest Speakers, Panelists & Moderators, click here!

2021 Summit Workshops

  • Community Advocacy & Youth Outreach – Building Community Leaders & Youth Community Involvement
  • How to Run for Office – Strategies To Improve Our Community Thru Public Service
  • Climate Gentrification – The Effects on Our Community
  • Unpacking the Impacts of Racism on Communities of Color
  • Eviction- Know Your Rights
  • Turning the Housing Supply Crisis into an Opportunity 
  • How to Collaborate vs. Compete

** There will be four workshops in the morning, and four in the afternoon. Participants will be able to move freely from room to room just like in-person. Check back for updated list divided by morning and afternoon sessions. 

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Sponsorship & Ad placement Opportunities Available

For more information, please email: Cornell Crews Jr. at, cornell@crasf.org 

or visit our event page to purchase an advertisement.

If you need ASL interpretation, please contact : cornell@crasf.org or oliviac@crasf.org