By Mary Kuberry
William Peace University held a Lunch & Learn in Main Parlor on Monday, February 13 as a part of the Diversity and Inclusion Week Respecting Race and Ethnicity Week.
The lecture featured presenters Sabrina Goode and Cheryl Crooms Williams who spoke about their organization: The Friends of Oberlin Village.
The presentation, entitled “The Friends of Oberlin Village: Preserving African American History and Culture in Raleigh,” brought out the largest crowd yet for a WPU Lunch and Learn. About forty students, faculty and staff enjoyed a free boxed lunch as they learned more about the African American history and culture that surrounds Peace.