FLINT, MI — A panel discussion on economic disparities has been scheduled as part of a Flint church’s observation of Black History Month.
Cathedral of Faith Church is sponsoring the program at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5, at the church, which is located at 6031 DuPont St.
An announcement of the program says Mayor Sheldon Neeley will deliver a keynote address and panel members will include 2nd Ward City Councilwoman Ladel Lewis; Genesee County Commissioner Bryant Nolde, D-Flint; the Rev. Antwan Alexander, Kingdom First Church; and Steve Dawes, United Auto Workers Region 1-D director.
Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich, D-Flint, and other local leaders will also be in attendance, an announcement of the program says.
American Rescue Plan Act funding awards to Flint and Genesee County will also be discussed as well as the future of General Motors’ Flint Assembly plant, according to organizers.
More information on the program is…