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High Energy at MLK, Jr. and DEI Week of Awareness

Keynote speakers included Lydia X. Z. Brown, a disability justice advocate, organizer, educator, attorney, strategist, and writer; Jibreel Khazan (Ezell Blair, Jr.) the last surviving member of the Greensboro Four and graduate of Howard University Law School in Washington, DC and Massachusetts University in Dartmouth; and Jenna Lyn, M.D., MHA Ballad Health.

Posted April 01, 2022

The day and week was dedicated to honor the values and impact of a great visionary, Martin Luther King, Jr., while envisioning a bold future filled with inclusion and acceptance.

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