Panelists discuss racial progress at Martin Luther King Jr. Day event on Lenoir-Rhyne campus in Hickory

Community leaders reflected on the progress, and lack thereof, during a panel discussion at Lenoir-Rhyne University on Martin Luther King Jr. Day o...

January 16, 2023
11:36 PM

Community leaders reflected on the progress, and lack thereof, during a panel discussion at Lenoir-Rhyne University on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday.The panel was part of the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast hosted by the Lenoir-Rhyne Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Office of Multicultural Affairs.Hickory NAACP President Ida Clough, Centro Latino Executive Director Gianello Romero, Lenoir-Rhyne campus pastor the Rev. Todd Cutter and North Carolina Community Health Worker Association President Honey Estrada, who represented the Hmong community, were the four panelists.

Kevin Griffin