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Riley Institute’s DLI draws praise

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Dot Scott, president of the Charleston Branch NAACP, wrote an op-ed for The Post and Courier questioning the Charleston County School Board’s decision to not extend an Atlanta firm’s contract to create a diversity plan for the district. She suggested district officials could benefit from enrolling in the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative. As a member of the first Lowcountry class, Scott wrote that she “found the class training to be enormously beneficial and useful.”

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