RACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY / Friday, Oct. 23, 3 p.m. / Topic: “Presidential Election 2020: Part II”
RACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Friday, Oct. 23, at 3 p.m.
Topic: “Presidential Election 2020: Part II”
Cultural Credit Eligible Event
Please join us on Friday, Oct. 23, at 3 p.m. for a special panel dedicated to the “Presidential Election 2020: Part II.” This panel will feature Dr. Chesya Burke, assistant professor of English; Dr. Michael Eskenazi, assistant professor of Psychology; and Dr. Steven Smallpage, assistant professor of Political Science, as they draw from their areas of expertise to discuss the debate issues from the first Presidential Debate. The panelist will engage the six debate topics from the first presidential debate from Thursday, Sept. 22, at 9 p.m. The debate topics as listed by The Commission on President Debates include:
- Fighting COVID-19
- American Families
- Race in America
- Climate Change
Reflecting upon the debate topics, we engage the question, “What are America’s Options?”
RACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY, is a weekly, one-hour discussion hosted by Sociologist Dr. Sharmaine Jackson and sponsored by the Africana Studies Program. Delivering to viewers extraordinary perspectives on current events and accomplishments unfolding in, and around our community, this series takes a deep dive into race by delivering stories that engage us on issues related to Black lives and racial justice.