Black History Month: A Conversation With Leaders Of Color In N.H.

Feb 25, 2020

From top left clockwise: Jada Hebra, Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, SNHU; James McKim, President of the Manchester NAACP; State Sen. Melanie Levesque; Manny Content, member of the Manchester Police Commission.
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New Hampshire remains one of the least racially diverse states in the country, but that diversity is growing. Wednesday on The Exchange, we reflect on Black History Month and talk with leaders of color in the Granite State. We'll discuss the work they're doing in the Statehouse and in local communities, and about where New Hampshire still lags in equality and representation.

 Air date: Feb. 26, 2020.         


  • Manny Content - a member of the Manchester Police Commission.
  • State Sen. Melanie Levesque - she represents parts of Nashua and surrounding towns; she is the state's first African-American state senator