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Conversations Live: A Special Conversation on Race Relations in Central PA

Issues on race continue to be front and center in American Society. Questions on critical race theory, calls for police reform, and other topics have challenged the way we think about race. Watch this special pre-recorded conversation on race in Central PA with two panels of experts as they talk about issues related to Communities and Police, and Education and Race.

Segment 1: Communities and Police

Guests

Terry Watson, Founder of Strategies for Justice
Penn State World Campus Academic Advising & Student Disability Services
Tom King, State College Borough
Assistant Borough Manager of Public Safety
Greg McNeal, Former State Trooper
Blair Co. NAACP

Segment 2: Education and Race

Guests

Prof. Cynthia Young
Associate Professor of African American Studies, English, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

 

Prof. JoAnn Foley-DeFiore
Associate Teaching Professor of Biobehavioral Health

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