11th Annual Global Well-Being and Social Change Conference Itinerary (full program will be available, soon):

8:30-9:00am–Registration and Welcome Address by Dean Lara Willox, College of Education and Human Services and School of Social Work
9:00-10:00am–Session 1: Artivism 101 by Sir Dominique Jordan
10:10am-11:10am–Session 2: The Importance of Marginalized Communities: Access and Government Involvement by Mr. Ahmed Ahmed (He/Him) Refugee and Immigrant Community Leader
11:20am-12:20pm–Session 2: Marginalization of the Disability Community in Academic Settings by Dr. Carrie E. Snyder, DSW, MSW. Director of Disability Resources and Services, Temple University
12:30-1:45pm–Lunch and Keynote Address by Vanessa Philbert, CEO CAP Lancaster
2:00pm-3:00pm–Session 3 by Rep. Ismail Smith Wade-El (Izzy)
3:10-4:10pm–Session 4: Book Bans and Other Pseudo-Educational Challenges: Exploring the Ethics of Exclusion by Dr. Barb Stengel (Professor, Educational Foundation Millersville University) and Shirley Showalter, founder of Grandmas for Love
4:15-4:30pm–Wrap Up and Closing by Dr. Karen Rice, Professor, School of Social Work







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