"The killings of George Floyd , Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the loss of far too many Black lives to list, have left our nation anguished and outraged," reads the official description of the event. "While now is a time for grief and anger, it is also a time for resolve."

Obama will be joined by a panel of experts to discuss what steps can be taken at this highly precarious time, including former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham, youth leader Playon Patrick, Minneapolis City Council Representative Phillipe Cunningham, and President of Color of Change, Rashad Robinson.

The panel is the latest in a series hosted by the former president's My Brother's Keeper Initiative, which he founded following the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman.

"It's natural to wish for life 'to just get back to normal' as a pandemic and economic crisis upend everything around us," Obama wrote on Instagram this week. "But we have to remember that for millions of Americans, being treated differently on account of race is tragically, painfully, maddeningly 'normal' whether it's while dealing with the health care system, or interacting with the criminal justice system, or jogging down the street, or just watching birds in a park."

"This shouldnt be 'normal' in 2020 America. It can't be 'normal.' If we want our children to grow up in a nation that lives up to its highest ideals, we can and must be better."