Join us for an evening and conversation with St. Louis’s own Brittany Packnett, a nationally-renowned advocate for racial and social justice.  Brittany is an unapologetic educator, organizer, writer, and speaker. Known as @MsPackyetti on social media, Brittany has become a sought after voice in the work of social change and empowerment.

We are so thrilled that Brittany is making time for this special event on behalf of ArchCity Defenders. The evening will start with a reception with appetizers and drinks.

Brittany will then address the audience and speak about the impacts of direct and systemic racism and what role we can play to make meaningful change.

Doors open at 4pm.For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.


Thank you for your support at previous events.

HuffPo’s “Listen to America” Tour: “Three years after Ferguson: Seeking Solutions in St. Louis”

“United We Stand Conference” Workshop: The Role of Community & Movement Lawyers To Impact Systemic Change

Missouri History Museum hosts “The Bridge: An Intergenerational Conversation with Leaders of Current and Past Civil Rights Movements in St. Louis”

The Movement Series, a monthly day party, hosted by Forward Through Ferguson

“Whose Streets”

“Excellence in Poverty Journalism Awards”


ArchCity Defenders 4th Annual Trivia Night

“Addressing the Challenges for Community in a New Administration”

“2016 Ethics in Action Award,” presented to ArchCity Defenders by The Ethical Society of St. Louis on October 20th