Gannon’s Fall 2020 CHESS Speaker Series Presents "The 2020 Election: Where are We? Where are We Headed?" Tonight
Gannon University's Fall 2020 CHESS Speaker Series Continues Tonight
Gannon University’s Fall 2020 CHESS Speaker Series is presenting The 2020 Election: Where are We? Where are We Headed? at 7 p.m. tonight as the 2020 election continues.
As part of this, the Jefferson Educational Society and Gannon’s School of Public Services & Global Affairs are teaming up for a moderated discussion about the 2020 election, its results and the path forward.
Ben Speggen, vice president of the Jefferson Educational Society, will moderate a discussion around the recent history of the Republican and Democratic parties with experts Jeff Bloodworth, Ph.D., co-director of Gannon’s School of Public Service & Global Affairs, and Stephen Tootle, professor of history at the College of the Sequoias. A diverse group of students will also offer their experiences and observations.
This event is free and open to the public. Register in advance for this webinar at https://gannon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RUCV7MjQTGm7w1PangzRSA
Gannon University’s Fall 2020 CHESS Speaker Series continues the conversation around today’s racial injustices and offers insight into bringing meaningful change using a virtual platform.
This year’s series is titled Racial Justice: Be the Change. Racial justice remained at the center of widespread protests and advocacy earlier this year. Some of this protests were right here in Erie. The College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences offered you the opportunity to become a part of the conversation through our speaker series. We can all work to be the change through this year-long examination of the issues and their possible solutions.