Samuel Betances engages audience at CSUSB’s Symposium on Race

     

Redlands-Loma Linda Patch — Orphaned at a very young age and separated from his siblings as they were placed with various caregivers, Samuel Betances was not supposed to excel in school nor was he expected to make a difference in adulthood.

Addressing an audience of nearly 200 at Cal State San Bernardino’s inaugural Symposium on Race and Race Relations on April 16, Betances engaged them on a sensitive subject using “repeat-after-me” instructions, real-life scenarios and humor.

The article was published April 22, 2014.

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