Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebrations: Panel Discussion - What Will the Fight for Civil Rights Look Like in the 2020s?

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National attention on civil rights peaked in the 1950s and 1960s. But the fight for equal protection and opportunity continues. Join a group of expert panelists as they weigh in on the future of civil rights in our community and nation.

Facilitator: Patrick Brown

Kerin Stackpole, Employment and Labor Law Attorney at Paul Frank & Collins
Stephanie Seguino, University of Vermont Professor of Economics
Reverend Arnold Thomas, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Daimeyon Williams, Spectrum Youth and Family Services
Ryan Hargraves, University of Vermont Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions

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