Facilitated by CAC’s Social Justice, Advocacy, and Community Service program, the Racial Justice Education Series (RJES) provides a safe and inclusive space to foster learning, growth, and community through advancing the discourse on racial injustice. Presenters and participants will share knowledge, resources, and reflections related to timely topics, and gain critical insights they can use in their personal and professional lives. All RJES educational opportunities are free of charge. The CAC encourages members of both the Monmouth community and general public to attend.
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This FREE presentation will focus on the present and historical barriers to equity in western society. Slavery and segregation were not the products of determined individual actors. Systems of profit and informal rewards created institutions dedicated to injustice around the world. These systems have changed in superficial ways over the last fifty years. How can today’s leaders accomplish more, despite these longstanding traditions?
Presenter: Walter D. Greason, PhD