Jacksonville is--and has always been--the product of a rich tapestry of vibrant communities representing different geographies, different cultures, and different experiences. Together, our many communities influence our elected officials, our urban planning, and our cultural institutions. It is critical that our diverse voices are represented in the plans for our future. Join us for a look at the communities that built Jacksonville and those who are poised to shape our future--and how you can contribute to making sure every Jaxson feels they belong. Alongside moderator Ennis Davis of The Jaxson Magazine, we’ll hear from: Andrew Pantazi, previously reporting for the Florida-Times Union and now Founding Editor of The Tributary, a Northeast Florida Journalism Collective. Andrew and his team dove deep into the 2020 Census results and recently launched a newsletter highlighting the impact of those results on Florida’s lawmaking; Yanira Cardona, owner of Yaya Productions, a production company focused on serving Jacksonville’s Hispanic community, and program manager for Moving the Margins, a collaboration between the Jacksonville Cultural Development Corporation and The Jessie downtown; Dr. Ray Oldakowski, award-winning professor of geography at Jacksonville University whose work focuses on polling, public opinion research, demographics and Florida’s sense of place and cultural geography.