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University of South Carolina

Tolerance Means Dialogue: "What can we learn about bridging divides in America today?"

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Tolerance Means Dialogue: "What can we learn about bridging divides in America today?"
Tolerance Means Dialogue: "What can we learn about bridging divides in America today?"

Time & Location

Sep 18, 2023, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

University of South Carolina, 1525 Senate St, Columbia, SC 29201, USA

About the event

Welcome: Kirk Randazzo, University of South Carolina

Opening Remarks: Dean Joel Samuels, University of South Carolina

Dialogue Catalysts:  Robin Fretwell Wilson of the University of Illinois, & Shannon Minter, National Center of Lesbian Rights (NCLR)

Co-Moderated by: Susan Kuo, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of South Carolina School of Law, & Ned Snow, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, University of South Carolina School of Law

Moderator on Intersectionality: Dean Akilah Carter-Francique, Benedict College

Opening Remarks: Dean Leon Geter, Benedict College

Co-Sponsors:

1st Amendment Partnership

Fairness For All Initiative

Essay Due: Thursday, September 14th by 5 pm Eastern

Entry and Parking Information:

Entry at front of USC School of Law (Senate St. side)

Parking available at Pendleton Street Garage (1501 Pendleton Street) for faculty, staff, and students with a PG permit. Visitor parking available in metered areas (level 1a, 1b, and 2a only).

**Metered parking is also available on streets around the law school as well as in the lower levels of the Pendleton Street Garage.

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