Global Alert — February 21, 2010

 Black History Month Edition: The racial climate at IUP.
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Mr. Terry Appolonia, IUP dean of students, responds to questions during a Black History Month edition of "Global Alert" on WIUP-FM. The Feb. 21, 2010, show focused on the racial climate at the university's Indiana and Punxsutawney campuses.

Mr. Terry Appolonia, IUP dean of students, responds to questions during a Black History Month edition of “Global Alert” on WIUP-FM. The Feb. 21, 2010, show focused on the racial climate at the university’s Indiana and Punxsutawney campuses.

Mr. Theodore G. Turner, assistant dean at the Punxsutawney campus of IUP, during the Feb. 21, 2010, "Global Alert" show.

Mr. Theodore G. Turner, assistant dean at the Punxsutawney campus of IUP, during the Feb. 21, 2010, “Global Alert” show.

Mark A. Thompkins, IUP communications media student, recounts experiences at both the Indiana and the Punxsutawney campuses.

Mark A. Thompkins, IUP communications media student, recounts experiences at both the Indiana and the Punxsutawney campuses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A recent documentary film about racial tensions on and around IUP campuses in Indiana and Punxsutawney reportedly has sparked some tension in Sutton Hall, the university’s administrative center. Today’s show includes a review of the film and an interview with its co-producer. Four guests discuss the race climate on campus.

They are:  Mr. Tony Appolonia, dean of students at IUP,
Mr. Theodore G. Turner, assistant dean at the Punxsutawney campus;
Student Jared Sims, president of the IUP chapter of the NAACP; Mark A Thompkins, a student who has attended IUP at both the Punxsutawney and the Indiana  campuses

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