GAB Honors Men With The “I Have A Dream Diversity Award.”

Generations Against Bullying along with Tiffany Holloway Arts & Academy honored three extraordinary men with our first inaugural Martin Luther King’s “ I Have A Dream Diversity Award”, in Appleton Wisconsin. The 3 honorees for their dedication to the community were Appleton’s Police Chief Todd Thomas, Financial Officer, Appleton School District, Greg Hartjes, and Community Activist & Educator, Ronald Dunlap.

The Master of Ceremonies, James Dean and Special guest speaker Michael Turner were phenomenal with their power messages. Excellent entertainment for the event was provided by Joe Jordan of “Street Life” and the Pequero Sisters-Wow! It was powerful! To top the evening off, special guest Poet, Ollie Leflore, read one of his published poems.

In attendance was Karen Nelson, Diversity Coordinator from the Mayor’s office, along with Appleton School District Superintendent, Judy Baseman and Assistant Police Chief Larry Potter, who accepted the award for Police Chief, Todd Thomas. Thank you to all who attended our 1st inaugural. Looking forward to seeing you next year!

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Special thanks to Ponyville for their donation to GAB that helps support our outreach programs.

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