UAB and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute will bring together a diverse panel of citizens and community leaders to discuss the importance of civil discourse, and how it can be practiced in our daily lives, during a free public event 6:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 in Heritage Hall Room 106.
The panel for "What Now? Renewing Civic Dialogue in the Wake of a Divisive Election" includes UAB sociologist Nyesha Black, Jefferson County District Attorney Brandon Falls, 99.5 FM radio talk show host Matt Murphy, UAB Institute for Human Rights Director Tina Kempin-Reuter, ¡HICA! Executive Director Isabel Rubio and Ashfaq Taufique, president of the Birmingham Islamic Society.
Ahmad Ward, vice president for Education and Exhibitions at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, will moderate.