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Equity in Education discussion series to begin Jan. 14

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The Parents Advocacy Council for Education (PACE) will host Dr. Michael Lomax, CEO of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) as part of its Equity In Education Community Discussion Series.

Lomax has been president and CEO of UNCF, the national’s largest private provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students and a leading advocate of college readiness.  Under his leadership, UNCF has raise $2.3 billion and helped more than 92,000 students earn college degrees.

PACE Wilmington is an initiative of the Christina Cultural Arts Center. Additional sponsors include the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League, the Wilmington Education Strategies Think Tank and the Rodel Foundation of Delaware.

RSVP to: info@ccacde.org

The event is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Christina Cultural Arts Center.

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