Sunday, September 11, 2011
A Strong Vision Of Growth
I personally feel that this week's lecture was not delivered effectively in comparison to the powerful presentation by Dr. Carr. However, the lecture covered the various fields of study and how they have contributed to the understanding of the human conditioning. As a result of a non-effective presentation and unclarity of the, I was unable to grasp very much info. Although, the key point of the lecture was the evaluation of how we as a race and as a species can contribute and impact the progress of the human conditioning positively throughout this world.
Despite the delivery of the presentation, the two lectures had a strong vision of growth within the African community. As mentioned last week, I have learned that we as students stand on the shoulders of all those who have come before us. Not only our families and those who have shaped our personal lives, but also our ancestors of Africa and the elders of the Howard University Legacy. We as a African-Americans must continue to progress and build on to the legacy of those whom have come before us and shaped our lives.
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