Post-Midterm Election Forum with Mr. Lee, WHUT; Dr. Scott, Ronald Walters Center/Congressional Black Caucus Foundation; Dr. Dr. Lusane, Political Science - Nov 7, 2018
Freshman Seminar in the College of Arts & Sciences at Howard University
The Howard University College of Arts & Sciences Freshman Seminar presents a Post-midterm Election Forum with Greg Carr, Afro-American Studies Jeff Lee, WHUT Elsie Scott, Ronald Walters Center/Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Clarence Lusane, Political Science Dana A Williams, English
Howard University Ronald Walters Leadership & Public Policy Center Director Elsie Scott
HBCU Digest Radio
Dr. Scott shares insight on the 50th anniversary of the Kerner Commission's report on race in America, and offers her perspective on how Black America contends with the prospect of two nations divided by race.
Rev. Ron Walters has been serving as Vice President of Church Relations for Salem Communications. In this capacity, he designed and developed a program to work with local churches in order to help them reach their communities. As part of this program, Walters developed the national Pastor's Symposium series, which kicks off with its first event in Baltimore in November. Ron will continue to oversee local church initiatives on behalf of Salem. Walters began his career with Salem Communications as General Manager for KPRZ-AM in San Diego, followed by managing stations KFAX-AM and KSFB-AM/FM serving San Francisco and northern California. Before joining Salem, Walters was Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Santa Barbara, CA. His experience in faith-based organizations includes serving as a faculty member at Multnomah School of the Bible, Portland, OR. He is a graduate of Christian Heritage College, San Diego, CA with postgraduate work at Talbot Theological Seminary, La Mirada, CA, and Biblical Seminary, Fresno, CA.
The Annenberg School's Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Dr. Ronald Walters, director of the African American Leadership Institute and Scholar Practitioner Program at the University of Maryland, contemplate what's next for Obama, Clinton and the rest of the election cycle.