UNF Constitution Week 2016
September 12 - 15, 2016
Constitutional resources were on display at the library all week.
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Free Pocket Constitutions were handed out at Market Day in the Student Union Osprey Plaza from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Courageous Conversations: Racism and Reality
Courageous Conversations is a collaborative speaker series that examines current events and policies in our nation that directly impact our community. This specific event examined racism and reality. Facilitators guided students, educators, employees, community leaders and citizens through civil discussion to address current issues on race and the media. Included in this was a discussion of the evolution of technology as it affects racial matters. Small group discussions followed focusing on ways the media can improve its portrayal of people of color in our community and across the nation. A reception followed, sponsored by the Taylor Leadership Institute. Discussion facilitated by Dr. Roy Kaplan, former executive director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and Dr. Navita Cummings James, Associate Professor of Communications, USF.
The event was held in the Student Union Auditorium 58E, 2704 from 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Explore the American Identity: "What Should it Mean... to be an American?"
The Office of Undergraduate Studies screened the documentary film by Ken Hurley. This film interviews Americans from all 50 states to ask them what being American means to them. The documentary explores our American challenges, problems, hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Discussion was moderated by Dr. Parvez Ahmed.
The event was held in the Student Government Senate Chambers, 58E at 6 p.m.