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People choose to enshrine, invent or bury their memories, which can affect how they react to various situations and their retelling of history. Recently, Alpha Chi National College Honor Society explored these ideas in a conversation called, “Race and Memory in the South.” The conversation featured two Gardner-Webb University professors and two natives of Shelby, N.C., one who is a GWU alumnus. The program was part of Alpha Chi’s National Series, “… and Justice for All – Seeking Racial Equity.” A recording of the event is available here.
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Office of University Communications, "National Alpha Chi Series Features Gardner- Webb Faculty, Alumnus and Broadcaster" (2021). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 2165.