"Evening of Discussion" hosted by Paducah Human Rights Commission
The Paducah Human Rights Commission and City of Paducah are hosting an Evening of Discussion on Thursday, March 23, entitled, "Youth Lead - Removing Barriers for Success."
The event will be a the Robert Cherry Civic Center. Doors will open at 5:15 pm, and the event starts at 6 pm, with refreshments catered by Artisan Kitchen, entertainment, door prizes, and the panel discussion.
Speakers include Joshua Maclin, John Holtgrewe, Sarah Katz, and Ann McGee. Guest panelists include Maclin, Paducah Police Chief Brandon Barnhill, McCracken Co. High School Principal Michael Ceglinski and Guidance Counselor Rachel Goatley, Paducah Parks Services Recreation Superintendent Amie Clark, Guidance Counselor Sid Hancock, Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club Director Bjarne Hansen, Dr. Holly Matingly, Rev. Charles Moore, Dr. Peggy Pittman-Munke, Social Worker Cecelia Reside, Guidance Counselor Rebecca Rodgers, WKCTC's Lisa Stephenson, and student Emery Wainscott.
The Paducah Human Rights Commission (PHRC) helps ensure that Paducah residents and visitors maintain the right to live and work as equal partners in our community. They work to eliminate discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, or disability.