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A Gardner-Webb University professor shared his experiences from the Civil Rights Movement and related those events to modern issues during a program, “True Freedom: From the 1960s to the Present,” on April 20 in the Tucker Student Center. Dr. Joseph Webb, professor of communication and new media at Gardner-Webb, experienced the civil rights era as a college student. During the GWU program, he discussed the meaning of human freedom, how people’s decisions impact the ability of others to live freely, and how individuals can examine their own actions instead of shifting blame to others.
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb University Professor Leads Discussion of Civil Rights Issues" (2015). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1194.