WASHINGTON (WNCN) – U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is scheduled to visit Raleigh and Durham Wednesday.
Greensboro-native Lynch will meet and discuss ending human trafficking with U.S. attorneys Thomas Walker of the Eastern District of North Carolina and Ripley Rand of the Middle District.
Late Wednesday, she is scheduled to hold a roundtable discussion on civil rights at North Carolina Central University.
Walker and Rand will join Lynch in Durham for the discussion.
Lynch was officially sworn in by Vice President Joe Biden on April 27. She replaces Eric Holder who was in the position for six years.
Lynch was born in Greensboro but later moved to Durham.