The head of the U.S. Department of Justice's civil rights division is heading to Lexington to talk to hundreds of high school freshmen about bullying and harassment. Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez is scheduled to give a speech and participate in a panel discussion for Fayette County freshmen on Wednesday.
A news release from the Justice Department says more than 700 students will attend the speech in person, while the rest will watch online and on live classroom feeds.
Perez travels throughout the country participating in similar events. More information can be found here.