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2013

Sociology

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Black Issues Conference

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How To Change A Man, Egypt Robinson X Jun 2013

How To Change A Man, Egypt Robinson X

Black Issues Conference

Based on true stories, this workshop will reshape what was previously believed to be impossible. The key of this workshop is to prove women have always owned the power to alter how they’ve been treated. “Women set the standards on how they want to be treated. She’s the gate and he pays a fee. Sometimes it’s free, discounted or full price. No matter what, it’s her choice”-Egypt.

Most women don’t want to change a bad boy into a good man, nor is this workshop aimed at doing so. We’re giving women tools to ...


Getting In Our Own Way: The Degradation Of Student Organizations, Johnny Brownlee Jun 2013

Getting In Our Own Way: The Degradation Of Student Organizations, Johnny Brownlee

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Getting in our own Way: The Degradation of Student Organizations:

Across the nation our student organizations are struggling and student governments are struggling. Many seem to be on their last leg, past their prime, etc. Organizations don’t have the activism and sacrifice of students form the 60’s and 70’s, drive of the 80’s, survival skills of the 90’s or money and participation of orgs form the early 2000’s. We seek to see if it’s a generational problem or are other factor the problem


Community Restoration: A Snapshot On How It Is Obtained And What Are The Effects?, Robert A. Bright, Wayne P. Carlton, Jordan L. Carrethers Jun 2013

Community Restoration: A Snapshot On How It Is Obtained And What Are The Effects?, Robert A. Bright, Wayne P. Carlton, Jordan L. Carrethers

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Community Restoration: A snapshot on how it is obtained and what are the effects?

The presentation examines some of the factors to a successful community restoration and what are the end results of a restored community especially when we participate in the process.