Changing the World: The Next Step [Video]


Changing the World: The Next Step [Video]


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Community Forum discussion of the documentary The Long Walk to Freedom. Panelists include, Andrea Luxton, president, Andrews University; Mike Ryan, district director for U.S. Congressman Fred Upton; Mike Hildebrand, supervisor, Oronoko Charter Township; Gwendolyn Moffitt, community engagement liaison, Michigan Department of Civil Rights; Carmel Mercado, general vice president/multicultural ministries coordinator, Lake Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists; Michael Nixon, vice president for Diversity & Inclusion, Andrews University; Carole Woolford-Hunt, chair, Department of Graduate Psychology & Counseling / Counseling Psychology program director, Andrews University; Emanuel Brown, co-directory/founder, African American History & Literature Gallery; Jeff Boyd, executive director, Adventist Peace Fellowship. Moderated by Mark Reid, president, Andrews University Graduate Student Association.

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Civic and Community Engagement | Politics and Social Change | Race and Ethnicity


Coordinated by the Education Subcommittee of the Andrews University Community Engagement Council and sponsored by the Andrews University James White Library

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Changing the World: The Next Step [Video]