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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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The conference was comprised of 49 women who came together to discuss both their personal stories and identities and the collective identity that binds them together as women. For the whole weekend, the women met in both larger sessions and small groups to discuss how they could advance as women leaders, both individually and collectively

Register for cultural graduation, attend a symposium discussing immigration and refugees, discover volunteer opportunities in the Tallahassee community, or find a new interest in this week's roundup of campus and community events.


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