History of the James A. Gray Lecture Series
For 20 years, James A. Gray Lecture Series has brought debate and discussion on some of the most complex ethical and moral dilemmas of our times to the campus of Winston-Salem State University. The series has hosted many outstanding scholars from academia, public life and the theological world. Through their lectures and discussions, our campus has been provided opportunities to confront moral questions and to entertain choices and options.
The programming has addressed a range of issues and topics important to contemporary life. These topics have included gender and spirituality, the survival of the African-American family and how our young and gifted can live a spiritual life in a secular world. With each discussion, our campus community has become more informed about the issues and better versed at entertaining multiple perspectives.Because of the endowment from James A. Gray, Winston-Salem State University has been able to maintain this outstanding series. From the early 1990s until today, the symposium has added value to the educational experiences offered on our campus and to the community.
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