MeckMin will continue its series of community conversations Monday night, with the focus on educational equity.
The Charlotte interfaith group’s latest “We Still Need to Talk” gathering will start at 7 p.m. at the Community Center at Park Road Baptist Church, 3900 Park Road.
The conversation will center on the effects of racial and socioeconomic inequality in the schools.
Guiding the group discussion will be Dorothy Counts-Scoggins, who was one of the African-American students who integrated Charlotte public schools in the 1950s; Amy Hawn Nelson of UNC Charlotte; Justin Perry of OneMECK; and Lisa Howell of Myers Park United Methodist Church.
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