Anne K. Turner, Director of Human Services for the City of Claremont engages in a genuine, serious yet entertaining discussion about her unique early exposure to the leaders of the civil rights movement when growing up helped shape the person she is today and provide the drive to accomplish all that she has so far. Additionally, she illustrates the history, path to the creation, and details of the new 15-unit Baseline Project, clarifying what it will be, who it will help, and how it will affect and benefit the local neighborhood and Claremont as a city.
Claremont Speaks' goal is to provide Claremont's people, businesses, charities, political organizations and active citizens/coalitions an improved venue for speaking out, and being heard in their own words and voice.
To become a guest speaker on Claremont Speaks, please either email firstname.lastname@example.org and/or fill out the Claremont Speaks Guest Intake Form and clarify the issues or topics about which you wish to speak. There are very few restrictions nor limits on topics, time, even language...which is counter to what is offered at City meetings and similar public events.