SKCTC honors Black History Month


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Pictured is Charlene Walker along with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Letcher County event.


Photos submitted Daryl L. Harris, an associate professor at the Department of Theatre & Dance at Northern Kentucky University, is pictured with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Cumberland event.


Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College held a special event on Feb. 9 on the Cumberland campus to honor Black History Month.

Guest speaker, Daryl L. Harris, an associate professor at the Department of Theatre & Dance at Northern Kentucky University, presented the program “Lift Evr’y Voice and Sing!”

The event was sponsored by the SKCTC Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Student Support Services and the Kentucky Humanities Council.

On Feb. 21, the SKCTC Whitesburg campus welcomed Charlene Walker, vice president of Multiculturalism & Inclusion at Bluegrass Community & Technical College in Lexington.

The program, “Diversity: Growing Up In Eastern Kentucky,” was preceded by a complimentary lunch by Whitesburg ARH.

The event was sponsored by the SKCTC Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Whitesburg ARH.

An additional event honoring Black History Month will be held in Bell County on Feb. 28 at 11 a.m.

Tammie Chapman, a Southeast professor and program coordinator, along with Tommy White, a professional singer and musician, will be the guest speakers at the Middlesboro Community Center.

The program, “My Mountain Heritage and My Music,” will begin at 11 a.m. Complimentary lunch will be provided by Middlesboro ARH. This event is free and open to the public.

Pictured is Charlene Walker along with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Letcher County event.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Black-History-Month-2.jpgPictured is Charlene Walker along with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Letcher County event.

Photos submitted Daryl L. Harris, an associate professor at the Department of Theatre & Dance at Northern Kentucky University, is pictured with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Cumberland event.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Black-History-Month.jpgPhotos submitted Daryl L. Harris, an associate professor at the Department of Theatre & Dance at Northern Kentucky University, is pictured with Dr. Carolyn Sundy, SKCTC vice president for diversity and inclusion at the Cumberland event.

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