Visiting Lots of Kentucky Schools in November

Hasan Davis school speaker

I’m having a great week of Hope Dealing close to home. Friday I’m at Floyd Central High School in Kentucky and the Narrative 4 story exchange with students from the Bronx NY.

Yesterday was Knox Central High School in Barbourville, KY with a whole school assembly, a breakout session for student leaders and mentors and then a great conversation with some of the ROTC Cadets!

Today I had a couple of hours with Pre-service teachers at Eastern Kentucky University exploring equality/equity/justice and the commitment to provide ALL children quality educational opportunities…

Still up this week, a day with the students at Corbin High School, then closing the week keynoting the Annual GLIMPSE Diversity Leadership Conference which will take place this year at Berea College. The Berea Black Cultural Center wants to make sure I include other supporters like Partners for Education at Berea CollegeMary Margaret SloneAnn Lyttle-Burns in all of this….. WHEW #HopeDealers

Actor Hasan Davis to portray York at Western Carolina University

Hasan Davis portrays York

Hasan Davis, an author, actor and youth advocate, will visit Western Carolina University as part of the 2018-19 interdisciplinary learning theme “Defining America,” with two public presentations.

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Davis will tell his life story of a troubled youth who overcame obstacles to become commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice in a 6 p.m. presentation Blue Ridge conference room. The program is part of WCU’s Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity Education conversation sessions.

Read full article on wcu.edu

Hasan Performs at Lewis and Clark Bicentennial

During the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the National Park Service enlisted Hasan Davis to share York’s story as part of the commemoration in Canon City, Colorado.

The event was at Skyline Theater and hosted by the Cañon City Public Library and the Cañon City Public Library Foundation.

Read the full article on the Canon City Daily Record website.