PENNSYLVANIA, USA — FOX43 aired a Black History Month special called 'Living History: Conversations about race and being Black in Central Pa.' where we held a roundtable with local leaders about where we are as a society and what next steps we need to take.
Kyron Robinson, from Pro Rank Business Solutions, Lenwood Sloan, a local historian and advocate, Kim Bracey, the former York city mayor, Minister Jerona Rokins of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Lancaster, and Dr. Argie Allen Wilson, the found of 'Connections Matter', joined our own Evan Forrester to discuss a multitude of topics affecting Black people in Central Pennsylvania.
You can see clips of the roundtable below:
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