Dr. Gene Moore, Jr.
Hosts Black History Month Speaker
“Civility: Where has the American Dream Gone?”
The Diversity Committee at Edison State Community College is
celebrating Black History Month with a special evening that focuses on
civility. The free event will be held on Tuesday, February 28 from 6–8
p.m. in the Robinson Theater of the Piqua campus.
The event will begin with a social hour and will include African dance
performances, musicians, poetry readings, trivia, and a special keynote
address from Dr. Gene Moore, Jr. titled “Civility: Where has the
American Dream Gone?”
A speaker admired for his commitment to the success of today’s youth,
Dr. Gene Moore, Jr. aims to inspire audiences. In his lifetime, Dr.
Moore has served in several capacities that support his mission,
including youth pastor, young scholars program advisor, career manager,
academic advisor, and instructor. Additionally, Dr. Moore is a member
of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and has served in key leadership
roles and projects dedicated to community service.
With a tireless passion for continuing education and growth in the
church, Reverend Dr. Moore currently serves as the Associate Dean of
University College for Central State University and as Pastor of New
Life Baptist Church.
The Diversity Committee at Edison State Community College is committed
to advancing the College’s academic mission and goals in the areas of
diversity, equality, inclusion and human rights by leading efforts to
define, assess, and cultivate diversity as both an institutional value
and an academic priority.
The Black History Month events are sponsored, in part, by Edison State
Community College, Unity National Bank, and U.S. Bank. For more
information, contact Marva Archibald, Diversity Committee Chairperson,
by calling (937) 778-7908 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.