Diversity in Kansas Farming
A virtual panel presentation in partnership with the K-State chapter of MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences), Kansas Black Farmers Association (KBFA), and the Manhattan, KS Martin L. King Committee.
- Dr. JohnElla Holmes, Retired KSU faculty and President of the Kansas Black Farmers Association (KBFA)
- Kevin Bryant, Retired Riley Co Police and Manhattan, KS Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Community Committee Co-Chair
- Grace Hyunh, KSTATE MANRRS Ag Student Council representative, Cargill Project IMPACT Scholar and Animal Sciences & Industry Major
- Summer Smades – Junior in Ag Business, President of Alpha of Clovia and the College of Agriculture Diversity Programs Office (DPO) student assistant
Co-sponsored by the College of Ag Diversity Programs Office and K-State First Book.
This event will be held virtually.
Thursday, November 5 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm