DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) — A Durham educator and non-profit leader is being recognized on the national level.
Ronda Taylor Bullock, executive director of “We Are”, was invited to the Vice President’s house last week to honor her as an emerging Black leader and to close out Black History Month.
ABC11 met with her on International’s Women Day, a global effort to celebrate the cultural, economic and political achievements of women.
The group “WE ARE” fights systemic racism.
“It just validates that there are people who value anti-racism work in this world and we have to be as loud as the voices who do not,” Bullock said.