Khrystian King ’95 earns spot on Worcester City Council
“I am proud to be the first black male elected to the Worcester city government in 80 years,” said King, who won the election in November 2015. “Representative government is an evolving reality here in Massachusetts, and I am honored and humbled to be a part of it.”
King’s political accomplishment follows a long, successful career as a social worker and community volunteer.
It began when, as a young man and first-generation American, he witnessed the terrible impact of violence in his community. (His parents emigrated from Bermuda.) [Read more...]