Dan Kimbrough on Systemic Racism: An Interactive Presentation

Faculty, staff and students are invited to this Black History Month event on systemic racism and how to facilitate change.
Dan Kimbrough on Systemic Racism: An Interactive Presentation

The Multicultural Center is hosting a presentation and discussion about systemic racism and its effects, featuring guest speaker, Dan Kimbrough.

Tuesday, Feb. 22 @ 7 p.m.
in the McIlhenny Ballroom, DeNaples Center 407 A/B.

Click here to register.

dan-kimbrough.jpgDan Kimbrough is an educator with over two decades of classroom, training, and presenting experience. Topics span teaching media criticism, media literacy, conflict mediation, intercultural l communications, race and racism in America, systemic racism, Black history, DEI and JEDI training and consulting, media production, content creation, and live sports production. He also serves on various boards and councils, helping to build up and make a better local community. Including the American Cancer Society NYPENN region, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeaster PA, The American Advertising Federation, and the Greater Wyoming Valley Chamber of Commerce.

When not working in the community, Kimbrough is the owner of Park Multimedia, content creation and storytelling media company, that works with individuals and businesses to tell their stories through media. He knows the power of content and storytelling in reaching an audience and branding a business. He has 20+ years of media experience and has worked with ESPN, as a documentary filmmaker, production manager, professor, podcast producer, photographer, editor, and more.

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information, please contact Jose Sanchez at jose.sanchez@scranton.edu 

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