Flagler College professors (clockwise from top left) Nicholas Miller, Lorna Bracewell, J. Michael Butler and Chris Moser (photos via Flagler College).
By Casey Niebuhr | email@example.com
Last Thursday, Flagler College faculty hosted a “Critical Race Theory in Education” panel as part of its annual Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Week. Organized by Julie Dickover, the director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, the panel included four Flagler College professors as discussants: Dr. Nicholas Miller, Assistant Professor of History; Dr. Lorna Bracewell, Assistant Professor of Political Science; Professor Chris Moser, Director of the Pre-Law Program; and Dr. J. Michael Butler, Kenan Distinguished Professor of History and Director of the African American Studies Program.
“The conversations of critical race theory within the community and within the state…have produced a climate of fear,” Butler said – fear that “is being used to censor ‘
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