Dr. Rashad Richey and Student Advisor of Black And Resilient (BAR) Denisha Austin discuss the upcoming “Stronger Together Call” which is scheduled for tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Richey, a national media personality who holds several advanced degrees including a research doctorate in higher educational policy from Clark Atlanta University, will share with students his personal and professional journey. "College students represent future leaders who will be part of the leadership class and run the world we leave them. It's always an honor to be invited for honest and transparent dialogue with young scholars", said Richey. The event will also include Atlanta City Councilman Antonio Brown, a popular and outspoken leader in Metro-Atlanta.
Austin shares that Reinhardt University is a predominantly White, small private institution in the North Georgia Mountains. The conversation taking place tomorrow is to allow students an opportunity to hear Dr. Richey and Councilman Brown share their stories of struggle and triumph. Austin, a graduate of Reinhardt, wants students to know how important their voices are.
To register visit Reinhardt University online at www.reinhardt.edu
Listen to the full interview below.