Getting In Our Own Way : The Degradation of Student Organizations

Across the nation our student organizations are struggling and student governments are struggling. Many seem to be on their last leg, past their prime, etc. Organizations don't have the activism and sacrifice of students from the 60's and 70's, drive of the 80's, urgency of the 90's or money and participation of organizations form the early 2000's. We seek to see if it's a generational issue. More
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About Johnny Brownlee II

Johnny Brownlee has held a number of leadership positions in various organizations, school and statewide. The Former Director of FAU’s former agency Black Student Union & Multicultural Programming, while in college he helped create and develop programs and events, and continually fights for student rights and multicultural rights, while actively being involved in a number of clubs and organizations. He often speaks on student involvement, community involvement, leadership and civic engagement.An expert in student participation, student organization, student interaction and Student Government consulting for students, advisors and administrators.

Known for his controversial views, different perspective and in your face style he captivates audiences and arrests their attention, by boldly going where most won’t.

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The Knowledge Problem
At Yale University's Black Solidarity Conferences on February 21, 2015. Presenting the book and workshop Getting In Our Own Way: The Degradation of Student Organizations. Tidbits from the knowledge problem section

Respecting Your Organization
Teaching a session at United Haitian Student of Florida leadership retreat. I was presenting the book and workshop Getting In Our Own Way: The Degradation of Student Organizations. In this video, we were going over elements of the respect problem.


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