11380 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL 33167
This moderated panel discussion will address the historical, cultural, and racial aspects of Economics and the Black Family. All the contexts will be tied to the contemporary, looking at various schools of thought that are helping to shape how Black people see themselves in a capitalist society and the socio-economic and socio-political feedback and response from that society and its systems and their impact – positive and negative - on the Black family.
Panelists: Dr. Jared Ball, Professor of Communications & Africana Studies, Morgan State University, and Dr. Glenn Dyer, MDC Professor of History
Moderators: Dr. Minca Davis-Brantley, MDC Professor of Psychology, and Mr. Roger Williams, Academic and Career Advisor