Come bear witness as the country’s sharpest young minds—from two of the nation’s most eminent universities—verbally joust over the Stop-and-Frisk and Gun Control laws in a thought-provoking contest of intellect and wit in the NAACP’s 5th Annual Great Debate.
The mental action featuring drama, humor and monumental insights on two of the greatest issues of our time will keep spectators riveted and on the edge of their seats. There will be an opportunity to meet and mingle with the participants and some of the city’s top civic leaders prior to the main event.
Charles A. Williams, III MGCOD, Ph.D., a nationally known educator, a Stoneleigh Fellow and Professor of Psychology and Education at Drexel University will moderate Saturday’s debate.
This is the first year that the debate is being held in New York City.
Saturday, March 2nd, 3:30 p.m
Harlem’s historical First Corinthian Baptist Church, 1912 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.