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Dr. Michael Lomax, president and CEO of the United Negro College Fund, the nation’s largest provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students, delivered the keynote address at the 29th Annual Interfaith Breakfast held in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at the Chicago Hilton Hotel on Friday.

Dr. Michael Lomax, president and CEO of the United Negro College Fund, the nation’s largest provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students, delivered the keynote address at the 29th Annual Interfaith Breakfast held in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at the Chicago Hilton Hotel on Friday.

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29th Annual Interfaith Breakfast Pays Tribute to Dr. King, Honors Rev. Clay Evans

Members of the faith community gathered with elected officials and civil rights leaders for the 29th Annual Interfaith Breakfast honoring the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., held at the Chicago Hilton and Towers, 720 S. Michigan Ave., last Friday, with dual highlights that included Rev. Dr. Clay Evans as the honoree and recipient of the City of Chicago’s 2015 Champion of Freedom Award and 13-year-old, Mae Ya Carter Ryan who stole the show with her resounding performance of “Everything Must Change."