Beloved Community Dialogue: Integrated Education As A Public Good

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Beloved Community Dialogue:  Integrated Education As A Public Good

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The Friends School of Atlanta (FSA) will hold its 5th annual Beloved Community Dialogue, featuring an intergenerational panel discussion on how a fully integrated education is good for everyone. To be moderated by Dr. Elizabeth DeBray, Professor of Education at the University of Georgia, the panel will also include Michael Thurmond, Superintendent of DeKalb County Schools; David Jernigan, Deputy Superintendent at Atlanta Public Schools; Elizabeth Wilson, Mayor Emeritus of Decatur and longtime civil rights activist; and Maurlia Upchurch, an FSA alum and current junior at Duke University. The conversation will focus on how an integrated education is ultimately for the good of the individual as well as the public, based in the belief that access to and diversity in education is critical to a thriving society and very much a civil rights issue, especially when our schools are becoming alarmingly resegregated.

By: Friends School of Atlanta

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