I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following for outcome of GNPAL's 3rd Annual Black History this past Tuesday Night. The Program, BALANCING THE SCALES: MINORITIES ACCESSING EQUAL & EQUIVALENT SOCIAL JUSTICE was a Panel Discussion with open discussion and questions from the audience.
Thank you Brett Wells, Operations Director, for providing the continuous autonomy, trust and vision to make this a great Black History Program!
Thanks goes out to our Moderator, Cherri Gregg of KYW-1060; Panel Members: PA Inspector General, Kenya Mann Faulkner; Montgomery County Chief Public Defender, Keir Bradford Grey; Montgomery County Municipal Judges, Cheryl Austin & Garrett Page; Salem Baptist Church Pastor, Reverend Marshall Mitchell; ATAC Founder, Michael Coard, Esquire; Former Norristown Borough Council President, Rochelle Griffin Culbreath.
Also, the many attendees from Cheltenham, Abington, Jenkintown, Norristown and Upper Dublin, in particular: Salem Baptist Church Members and the Willow Grove NAACP Youth Council Members, GNPAL Track Team Members and the Delta Sigma Theta Valley Forge Alumnae Chapter Social Action Committee.
The Alumnae/Alumni Members of the Fraternities/Sororities representing: Kappas of Norristown Alumni; AKAs of Omega Omega/Rho Theta Omega Chapters; SGRho-Kappa Chi Sigma Chapter; and Alpha Phi Alpha.
The Media for pre/post coverage, especially KYW-1060 and 6-ABC Action News.
Thank you, ALL, for your attendance, participation and openness, making this an outstanding presentation for more than 70 attendees. It just keeps getting betting, because of You!
Submitted In Earnest,
Kenneth A. Fennal, Program Director
Greater Norristown PAL