This Discussion is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Time: 5:30 pm– 6:45 pm
Where: Middle Georgia State University, Macon Campus, Arts Complex Theatre, College of Arts and Sciences
The Black Lives Matter movement has been categorized as a terrorist group and accused of inciting hate against law enforcement.
Why has the group garnered such negative attention?
Middle Georgia State University hopes to put it all into context by hosting a riveting discussion that focuses on the original intent of and controversy surrounding Black Lives Matter.
Join us as we host panelists from several disciplines who have strong opinions and expertise surrounding Black Lives Matter.
Dr. Adria Goldman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Communication, Gordon State College
Dr. Andrew Manis Ph.D.
Professor of History and Political Science, Middle Georgia State University
MGA Undergraduate and Student Leader
MPA Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice, Middle Georgia State University
Dr. Francys Johnson Esq
Georgia NAACP President
Dr. Andre Nicholson Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Middle Georgia State University
Sponsored by: Middle Georgia State University Library, and the Department of Media Culture and Arts for more information contact: Dana Casper
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