HomeEducationEmbracing Complexity: A Conversation about Race, Power, Privilege and Prejudice in Our Community Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 6:00pm It’s too simple to say that the South has a troubled past and present when it comes to matters of racial inequity and prejudice. What will our future be? So many complex issues arise – from the individual to the global, the personal to the political, when we engage in dialogue around these challenging and important subjects. How can we begin to examine our own beliefs and blindspots, and have a productive, transformative discussion? For this conversation on race, power, privilege and prejudice, our Forum Panel members are: Brent O. E. Clinkscale Partner & Attorney at Law Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Jil Littlejohn President and CEO, Urban League of the Upstate Greenville City Council Member Dr. Erin Ash Assistant Professor Dept. of Communication Studies, Clemson University Ken Miller City of Greenville Police Chief Dr. Abel Bartley Associate Professor Director of Pan-African Studies Program, Clemson University And as always, our Forum will be moderated by our gracious supporter and active community volunteer, Jonathan Parker.