Race and Identity Dialogue: Civic Engagement and Your Own Story
April 22, 2021 5:30 p.m. Virtual FALS Event

RID graphicThis session covers how citizens can engage in activities to promote justice. It highlights the work of neighborhood councils, non-profit organizations, and faith communities.  As Lander’s Director of Student Activities, Dr. Watts will also present avenues in which students can band together to form organizations or campaigns that might result from students’ common interests.  The objective is to channel students’ energy toward constructive dialogue and advocacy for themselves and for their community as a whole.



  • Dr. Shaunette Parker, Visiting Lecturer of Psychology, Lander University
  • Mr. Stephen Baggett, Esq, Executive Director of Greenwood Area Habitat for Humanity
  • Ms. Amanda Morrall, Educational Advocate
  • Dr. Demario Watts, Director of Student Activities, Lander University
  • Prof. Linda Carson, Assistant Professor of Criminology, Lander University


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Students seeking FALS credit must provide a valid Lander ID when attending this event.  
Faculty Sponsor: Alexis Carter Thomas