UTEP Arts Alive
BAG Member Carleton Brown participated in the UTEP Arts Alive Program.
Dr. Carlton Brown is an assistant professor and program coordinator of the School Counseling Program of the College of Education at UTEP. He is also a founding member of the Black Affinity Group, an organization dedicated to promoting a sense of community for the Black Faculty, Staff and Students and addressing issues of cultural and social isolation, as well as providing a safe space for those experiencing inequality and injustice. His background in the arts include being a creative writing teacher and amateur actor. For this segment of UTEP Arts Alive, Dr. Brown recites a speech to educators by Mr. James Baldwin, one of the leading voices during the American Civil rights movement. The video was recorded behind the UTEP library.