A Community Forum

Premiered Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 8:00pm

As Pittsburghers, we take pride in the many ways our city has progressed over the past decades. Our city continues to succeed in the fields of education, medicine, technology, the arts and more. But are all Pittsburghers reaping the benefits? How will Black Pittsburghers share in the success of our livable city?

This special aired in conjunction with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh's annual report "The State of Black Pittsburgh." This important panel discussion focuses on three areas: Creating A Truly Livable City, Creating Sustainable STEAM and STEM careers, particularly in the STEAM related fields and Leadership: Working Together to Make Change.


Chris Moore


Livable City

Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle, Pittsburgh City Council and Pittsburgh Affordable Housing Task Force

Ronnell Guy, Executive Director, The Northside Coalition for Fair Housing

Sustainable and STEAM Related Careers

Bill Generett, President & CEO, Urban Innovation 21

Candi Castleberry-Singleton, Founder & CEO, Dignity and Respect


Dr. Quintin Bullock, DDS, President, Community College of Allegheny County

Jessica Ruffin, COO and Site Director, CORO Pittsburgh