Tri-State Indivisible to meet Feb. 19
HUNTINGTON — Tri-State Indivisible, a collaborative community group promoting responsible citizenship and dedicated to protecting diversity, inclusivity and equal rights through education and advocacy in the Tri-State and beyond, meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Monday of each month at the Cabell County Public Library.
Phyllis Smith, Cabell County clerk, will speak on voting registration laws in West Virginia on Monday, Feb. 19. Burnis Morris, Carter G. Woodson Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University, will present information on how the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum can be supported. The Lyceum aims to address racial disparities and other challenges in education, provide and dialogue for solving social problems and support free speech.
All are welcome.