Robert B. Ingram Speaks At Second Annual
Multicultural Education Conference

April 4, 2000
For Immediate Release
Contact: Suzanne Matthews
Fax: 305-995-2722

Operating on what seems like boundless energy, Dr. Robert B. Ingram, member of the Miami-Dade County School Board and chair of the Florida Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute for Non-Violence and the 500 Role models for Excellence addressed two groups.

Dr. Ingram was a guest speaker at the Second Annual Multicultural Education Conference in Dania, where he electrified attendees at the conference with his talk on Multicultural education: A Cornerstone for Curriculum and Understanding.

A man of great concern for our children, Dr. Ingram also participated in a panel discussion for the benefit of juvenile offenders at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. A former Miami police officer and Opa-Locka police chief, Dr. Ingram spoke on the topic of "Going Home with a Purpose." Dr. Ingram stressed to the youth that "Doing the right thing may not always be easy, but it will always be right."

For more information contact Dr. lngram 's office at 305-995-1334.

To contact Dr. Ingram, please call 305-995-1340 or e-mail