Panel Discussion: Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation as a Campus Community
Description: Given the long history of racism on our campus and in our community, truly transforming our campus climate will require extensive education, self-reflection and healing. Recently, the College of Law hosted a flash panel to discuss the consequences of the killing of George Floyd, and its context with respect to systematic racism. On June 12, 1-2:15 p.m., please join us in the second panel discussion, hosted by the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation and Excellence and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, which will focus on racism that has occurred on our DeLand campus — and what we can do as a community to heal, learn and grow to truly becoming a diverse campus of inclusive excellence.
Moderator: Savannah-Jane Griffin | Executive Director of Community Engagement and Inclusive Excellence
- Harry Price, PhD | Director of Brown Center for Teaching and Innovation, Associate Professor of Chemistry
- Joanne Harris-Duff | Director of Diversity and Inclusion
- Sharmaine Jackson, PhD | Assistant Professor of Sociology
- Sensei Morris Sullivan | University Chaplain
- Melissa N Ndiaye | Black Student Association President
Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation as a Campus Community
Date: Friday, June 12, 2020
Time: 1-2:15 p.m.
Virtual Platform: Blackboard
To participate, click the link to join the session a few minutes before the scheduled start time. Stetson Alumni are welcome.