Race, Community and Dialogue: Virtual Panel Discussion

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Lynn University

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Project Civitas launched the "Be a Global Citizen" virtual lecture series. Distinguished Professor of American History Robert Watson moderated the first panel discussion, "A Town Hall on Race, Community and Dialogue."

Date and time

June 30, 2020, 2 p.m.

Participants

  • Dr. Karen Casey, criminal justice professor
  • Rick Christie, Palm Beach Post editor
  • Dr. Kendrick Scott, associate professor of management
  • Javaro Sims '03, Delray Beach Police Department chief of police
  • Hope Thomas, class of 2023.

The event served as a stepping stone towards deepening our understanding of issues our community, students, faculty and staff face. Topics discussed:

  • The Black Lives Matter movement
  • The collision of race and law enforcement
  • Racial injustice and its effect on students, faculty and staff
  • Engaging allies in becoming actively anti-racist

Publication Date

6-30-2020

Publisher

Lynn University

City

Boca Raton, FL

Keywords

Project Civitas, Racial Injustice, Civility, #BlackLivesMatter

Race, Community and Dialogue: Virtual Panel Discussion


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