From the Diversity Program Coordinator
BEYOND BOUNDARIES: DARE TO BE DIVERSE features: 15 to Life: Kenneth's Story
Please join us for the third in an exciting, year-long film screening and panel discussion series:
Synopsis: At age 15 Kenneth Young was tried under Florida law as an adult and convicted of armed robbery. He received four consecutive life sentences – guaranteeing that he would die in prison. 15 to Life is a story of redemption that begs the question, how should children be treated in the justice system?
• Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 6:00 pm
Gender Myths, a roundtable discussion, will take place in the Assembly Halls 1 & 2 in the Campbell Student Union Tuesday, November 18, 2014 beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Simultaneous sessions will be hosted:
• The Myth of Manhood: defining what it means to be a man
• The Myth of Womanhood: defining what it means to be a woman
Equity and Campus Diversity: Jason Parker, Diversity Program Coordinator; Jessica Micha, Graduate Assistant; John Roberts, Graduate Intern.
Theater Dept: Eve Everette, Asst. Director, The Anne Frank Project
Student Success: Dr. Daniel Velez, Associate Vice President, Student Success
Please join faculty, staff, and students as this timely topic is explored and shared.
• Please click to see the November Equity and Campus Diversity Newsletter
Questions? Equity and Campus Diversity Office, (716) 878-6210 or email the Equity and Campus Diversity Office