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Accepting the Responsibility of Citizenship (Lecture)
Start Date: 11/8/2017Start Time: 4:30 PM

Event Description:

THE 2017 FALL PRESIDENTIAL LECTURE SERIES
PRESIDENT DIANE B. CALL, ED.D.

Cordially invites you to

“ACCEPTING THE RESPONSIBILITY OF CITIZENSHIP”

A Lecture By
 
KAROL V. MASON
President, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 
The City University of New York

Lecture Summary
Our country was created by regular citizens willing to risk their lives for this grand social experiment that became America. Our ancestors went through great social upheaval to birth what is clearly the world’s greatest Democracy.

We learned from them that the voices, the will, the commitment of a few could change the course of history and create a better world. So, the question is what does it mean to be a citizen today? What are our responsibilities to ensure that the next chapter of this great Democracy is one where everyone has an opportunity to succeed. How will you use your voice? Will you be part of the conversation?
Location Information:
Queensborough Community College - Medical Arts Building  (View Map)
222-05 56th Ave
Bayside, NY 11364
Room: 136
Accepting the Responsibility of Citizenship (Lecture)
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Admission Information
Parking is available in the College’s main parking lot.

A reception will immediately follow the lecture.
Other Details
THE PRESIDENTIAL LECTURE SERIES COMMITTEE Diane B. Call, Ed.D., President of the College
Timothy G. Lynch, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs
David Humphries, Ph.D., Chair, English Dept.
Azadeh Aalai, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Social Sciences
Paul Sideris, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chemistry

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