The Albert Wilson Foundation Kicks Off Virtual Series “Unspoken”

The Albert Wilson Foundation, founded by Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson to enrich the lives of children in foster care, and HANDY, Inc., award-winning nonprofit which stands for Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth, kicked-off its 12-week virtual series, Unspoken. This series, which highlights the topics and conversations people aren’t having about being Black in America, began with a lively and engaging conversation surrounding the topics on Policing in Black Communities & Black Housing and Real Estate. Unspoken aims to shed light on issues affecting and impacting the day-to-day lives of Black Americans through candid, open, and sometimes difficult to hear dialogue. Each week the presenting partners will host prominent business and community leaders as panel speakers who have relevant and relatable experience to discuss that week’s topic. Panel speakers will be asked a series of difficult questions with the goal of shedding light and bringing awareness to the not so obvious inequalities and injustices Black Americans face through work, community, individuals and society at large.