Working Toward Equality, Justice, and Change

By Kent J. Ingle, DMin
Southeastern University

June 5, 2020

Hello Southeastern Community, 

In light of the recent tragic events, as a university, we stand against the culture of racial injustice that still exists in our nation. 

At SEU, we want to be a part of the discussion and inform ourselves and our campus on how to be advocates for our African-American community. In this video, we engage in a conversation with several key leaders and influencers within our university who we believe are the voices that we need to be listening to. 

For those who are not a part of the African-American community, it would be easy for us to turn our heads to the evil, violence and inequality in this world. But our nation has kept a blind eye to this issue for far too long, and we believe this is a conversation we must advance. As a university, we want to be an active part of the healing and restoration of racial justice.

 While we work toward equality, justice and change for African-Americans, I urge you all to watch this video. Listen to the poignant voices in it and their experiences. Let us all open our minds and hearts to the change that we need to be. 

I hope that you all will join me on this journey to repair the deep divisiveness that resides among us.