Southern Door students enjoy unique MLK Day experience

Southern Door Elementary students Cambria and Corbin Londo got a unique perspective on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday in Green Bay. Corbin is biracial and, beginning five years ago, his mother felt that church could be a good way for him to gain exposure to a culture that she could not provide. The family began attending The Divine Temple Church of God and Christ which is predominantly black. State Senator Dave Hansen, Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich and other dignitaries were on hand to see Corbin sing his first-ever solo performance in front of the sunshine choir which including Cambria. Tanya has nothing but good things to say about the Divine Temple’s warm, welcoming embrace.


Londo says the MLK service is truly an event at Divine Temple.


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