This January, DASA elected a new Executive Committee to lead South Africa's efforts. In a series of posts, we'll introduce you to each of the new officers. Today, we'll meet one of your two Members-at-Large, Khary.
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The privilege to serve in DASA is an opportunity to advance equality and redress the health, educational, economic, and political inequalities that are embedded in the United States culture and institutions. As an Arkansas voter, I am attempting to learn the story of so many people, including my family members, that have worked and continue to work for minorities to have equal rights.