LRJCLion Rock Junior Chamber (Hong Kong)
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In these conversations, members of the LRJC, congregants of host parishes, and community members will share personal stories, feelings, and thoughts about religion, race, and immigration; discuss commonalities and differences between immigrants and native-born people; develop visions for how participants can cope with immigration and racism; and deliberate on actions that participants can take to realize those visions.
After 18 years of growth in that facility, Little Rock Junior College received a donation from Raymond Rebsamen, owner of Rebsamen Insurance (now Regions Insurance), of an 80-acre tract of land just off of Hayes Street, better known now as University Avenue, that would in 1949 become the first home LRJC didn't have to share.
After all, LRJC already survived mostly on tuition, so transitioning to a private school wasn't much of a leap.