‘Racial Healing Ambassador’ Lapel Pins A Hit

There’s a new group around town making changes, and wearing lapel pins that say “racial healing ambassador.”

Twenty-five Louisvillians have graduated from the Healing History Academy in an attempt to remedy social inequalities.

“I grew up in a town where we were the only Chinese family, and there was a petition sent around in the 1950s to ask us to leave,” said racial healing ambassador Rev. Susan Engpool.

“There’s always been racial issues, and finally there’s a group coming together to talk about the issues here in Louisville,” said racial healing ambassador Wanda Hoosier.

The ambassadors recently completed the year-long Healing History program.

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