Senator Wilk Honors Community Leaders in Recognition of Black History Month

(From left to right: Antelope Valley honoree De’chane “Dey” Yusef, Santa Clarita Valley honoree Kei Kei Lee, Victor Valley honoree Barbara Dew)

SACRAMENTO – In honor of Black History Month, Senator Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) is pleased to recognize several prominent Black leaders from Senate District 21 who have dedicated their lives to uplifting local families, students and their communities as a whole.

“Black History Month is an acknowledgement and celebration of the Black experiences, achievements and contributions that define this nation and make it great,” said Sen. Wilk. “This month, I’m honored to highlight three exceptional individuals. Whether it’s by creating better educational opportunities, supporting families through nonprofits or continuing the pursuit of knowledge, this month’s honorees make it their mission to see their loved ones and communities thrive.”

“Congratulations to this year’s recipients Barbara Dew, Kei Kei Lee and De’chane “Dey” Yusef. Learn more about these great leaders on my website as we highlight them during Black History Month.”

Senate District 21 Black History Month Honorees:

Click here to learn more about them

Santa Clarita Valley: Kei Kei Lee
Antelope Valley: De’chane “Dey” Yusef
Victor Valley:
Barbara Dew