Dr. Elkins-Johnson headlines Black Heritage
Francis Marion University will host a Black Heritage Program on Monday, Feb. 8, at 4 p.m. in McNair Science Building’s Chapman Auditorium on the FMU campus. Veteran educator and consultant Dr. Monica Elkins-Johnson of Columbia will be the special guest presenter. Her presentation, “I’m Good Enough” focuses on the struggle of African-Americans from the 1960s to the present day.
Elkins-Johnson has been an educator for more than 25 years and worked as an elementary and secondary teacher where she taught kindergarten, first grade and fourth grade, family and consumer science, and served as a school administrator at the elementary and high school levels. She currently serves on the Richland Two School Board and is an education consultant for a neighboring school district. The event is presented by the FMU Multicultural Advisory Board and the Office of Multicultural Affairs and is open to the public.