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How would the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s be different if Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X had Galaxy Notes?

Dr. Mark Anthony Neal prompted Multicultural Leadership Summit attendees to consider how modern technology and social media may have changed the discourse of the past and what does technology mean for the present and future of our diverse communities?

 

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Sign up for summer service trips and find ways to kick off your Florida State experience well in this week's roundup of center, campus, and community opportunities.

Florida State University’s Center for Leadership & Social change seeks a collaborative, creative, student development educator to lead initiati

The Center for Leadership & Social change seeks a collaborative, creative, student development educator to lead initiatives at the intersection

Celebrate Diversity and Inclusion Week, participate in end-of-the-semester sustainability efforts, apply for summer volunteer opportunities, or explore a new interest in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community opportunities.

During her public talk to kick off the 2019 PeaceJam Southeast Conference, Nobel Peace Laureate Tawakkol Karman reminded the audience that the task

Participate in end-of-the-semester sustainability efforts, apply for summer volunteer opportunities, attend a dinner dialogue about campus cultures, or explore a new interest in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community opportunities.

Attend an inspiring talk by a Nobel Laureate, volunteer as a tutor at a local library, hear firsthand about the experiences of Hispanic graduate students at FSU, or explore a new interest in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community opportunities.

Nobel Peace Laureate Tawakkol Karman will speak at Florida State University about her efforts to improve peace and human rights in the Middle East and around the world.


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