The Center for Leadership & Social Change invites students to engage in dialogue with dynamic FSU faculty, staff, and community members. Topics for dialogue encompass identity, research, and current events. Each installment of the series runs from noon to 1:30 p.m. and provides lunch.
Upcoming commUNITY Dialogues
Tuesday, April 25
Preserving the History of FAMU Way
The city of Tallahassee’s FAMU Way Extension Project began in 2009 from Wahnish Way to Lake Bradford Road to not only meet the transportation needs of the community, but also create “the most beautiful roadway in Tallahassee.” Years later, the city included historians in the project to preserve the legacy of the area in which this new throughway was being developed. Dr. Ellis was among the historians who worked with the city and will talk about the process of collecting information from area residents in order to capture the area’s history and tell the story of the people, places, and events that have helped shape the community.
Attending a dialogue
Parking: If you will be joining us and do not have access to on campus parking, please park in the visitor’s lot and walk over from the stadium. Parking is $1 per hour with a maximum of $5 for the day. Please see here for more information: https://transportation.fsu.edu/parking/visitor
I you require any special accommodations to attend the event or have any questions, please email Bailey Albrecht at email@example.com