Racial Legacies and Learning Town Halls


It is our privilege to welcome you to Racial Legacies & Learning: How to Talk About Race web site. Each year we invite to our programs outstanding keynote speakers who encourage our participants to think, speak and act. Join us as we continue this powerful community-wide initiative.

Mission Statement

The Mission of Racial Legacies & Learning: How to Talk About Race is to facilitate open and honest dialogue between people on campus and in the local community in an attempt to enhance and improve race relations in our society.

Upcoming Event

Racial Legacies & Learning

April 18 • 6 p.m - 9 p.m. • Dave Finkelman Auditorium on the Middletown Campus

P. Frank Williams is an Emmy Award winning TV / Film producer, writer, journalist, author and commentator. Williams has worked with Suge Knight, Tupac Shakur, Missy Elliott andDrake. He produced shows like Unsung, BET Awards and Who Killed Tupac. A few films he has produced include the Paramount Pictures film “Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan” and Universal / Def Jam film “A Hustler’s Ambition” which is a documentary about the life of Young Jeezy.  Williams is an internationally recognized expert of hip-hop and pop culture and frequently speaks about the power of urban culture in the 21st century.