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Updated 11-03-17

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In July, 2017, Dr. Fuller was invited to speak to the students and staff at the Carter G. Woodson Black Cultural Center at Berea College. He discussed his life at Berea College and his career in psychology. The event was followed by a luncheon hosted by the Woodson staff.

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 In October, 2017, Dr. Fuller hosted a discussion and signing for his new book The Third Migration: African Americans in Paris. The book links the Middle Passage, The Great Migration and the migrations of blacks to Paris with respect to demographics, socioeconomic factors and reasons for migration. The event was held at the Potter's House, a popular bookstore and coffeehouse in Washington, DC.

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In February, 2014, Dr. Fuller participated in the Mass Moral March in Raleigh, North Carolina along with other delegates from All Souls Church in Washington, D.C. The march was the largest in the South since Selma with approximately 80,000 partpicipants. The protestors were demanding policy changes in North Carolina and the rest of the country in a number of areas including voting suppression, expanding Medicaid, racial disparities in the criminal justice system and funding public education.

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In February, 2014, Dr. Fuller was invited by the Sierra Club to testify before the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He spoke about the importance of Congress developing stricter standards for carbon emissions from industrial plants . As it stands now, the unrestricted emissions poison the atmosphere with dangerous compounds. Dr. Fuller's testimony focused on the health consequences for children who develop asthma and other respiratory illnesses because of these unrestricted carbon emissions. These illnesses have a negative impact on physical, social and emotional development throughout childhood and adolescence.

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