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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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Become a change agent with Community Ambassadors, facilitate dialogue as a Social Change Peer Educator, donate to the FSAB drive, or discover a new opportunity in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community events and opportunities.

Explore your potential at LeaderShape, participate in cultural graduation, nominate someone for Leadership Awards Night, or discover a new interest in this week's roundup of center, campus, and community opportunities.

Participate in cultural graduation, enhance your leadership skills at Leadership LOGIC or Leadershape, or discover a new opportunity in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community events and opportunities.

Celebrate Black History Month, enhance your leadership skills at Leadership LOGIC or Leadershape, or discover a new opportunity in this week's roundup of Center, campus, and community events and opportunities.

Apply for LeaderShape, register for Leadership LOGIC, attend a Black History Month event, or explore a new interest in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.

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?

Start the semester off with many volunteer opportunities, attend a professional development webinar, become a PeaceJam mentor, or explore a new interest in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.

Start the semester off with many volunteer opportunities, attend a Social Justice Ally training, participate in MLK week festivities, or discover something new in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.


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