Tue, Jan 25|
Vance Granville Community College Martin Luther King
Commissioner Burns will be a panelist. The panel is entitled "Using Equity to Promote Social Mobility," the event is sponsored by the VGCC Men's Achievement Academy partnering with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Vance-Granville's Initiative on Equity for Women of Color, and the VGCC trustees.
Time & Location
Jan 25, 2022, 6:00 AM EST
About The Event
The main feature of the event will be a panel discussion on "Education, Finance, Health & Housing."
The panelists include:
Nimasheena Burns, Durham County commissioner.
Jim Harper, chair of the History Department at N.C. Central University.
Whitney Holmes, MHA candidate at UNC Chapel Hill and Franklin County Health Department health equity coordinator.
Doris T. Williams, retired professor and VGCC Board of Trustees member.
The Rev. William T. Ramey, retired educator, pastor and VGCC Board of Trustees member.
Leslie Hurt, instructor of Sociology at VGCC.