Cadet Command hosts LGBT 5K 'Fun Color Run' at Fort Knox
By G. Anthonie Riis | Fort Knox NewsJune 10, 2019
Fort Knox's U.S. Army Cadet Command presents Pride In All Who Serve 5K Fun Color Run/Walk at the Libbey Hall running track 9:30-11:30 a.m. June 21.
Brigadier Gen. Antonio Munera, deputy commanding general of Cadet Command, will speak to attendees about the contributions that the LGBT community has made to the armed services.
Signs located along the track will educate readers about the struggles that LGBT Soldiers have endured because of their sexual orientation.
For more information, call the unit Equal Opportunity Office at (502) 624-4583.
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