WBTV’s Steve Crump moderates virtual roundtable on MLK Day presented by Gantt Center

Steve Crump moderates panel discussing Civil Rights in the 21st Century

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Award-winning WBTV reporter Steve Crump moderated a virtual roundtable on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday presented by the Harvey B Gantt Center.

The roundtable took place Monday morning during the Gantt Center’s MLK Day Virtual Celebration. It was a panel, focused on civil rights in the 21st Century.

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The Gantt Center says they were “thrilled to present this impactful discussion” with attorneys James Ferguson II and Geraldine Sumter of Ferguson Chambers & Sumter, PA, moderated by Steve Crump.

The panelists spoke on what Dr. King stood for and what is currently happening to fulfill his vision.

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The event was presented on The Gantt Center’s YouTube channel starting at 10 a.m. with the singing of hymns and freedom songs with Mary Williams.

Around 10:45 a.m., the roundtable discussion began and was also streamed on WBTV’s Facebook page and livestreaming platforms.

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Anyone interested in attending the full-day event, can visit bit.ly/GCMLK2021 to RSVP.

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