MLK Dream Weekend





Dreamers

Testimonials

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I want to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for your executive board’s work in providing an amazing MLK Diversity Banquet. I must say it far exceeded my expectations and was so worth the drive from Columbia. As a result of what I experienced, I left with a continued intention to use my… Read More

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Katrina Springler

Calder Ehrmann

calder-headerCalder Ehrmann is glad to be part of what the rest of the world calls “The American Experiment.” Inclusion, acceptance and equality for all minorities, on this level, is something that’s been pursued in America since the civil rights movement but has never been done before anywhere else. His efforts at The Riley Institute are aimed to ensure that our leadership in South Carolina keeps the experiment on track.

Hoping to solve the “intersections of diversities where the tensions occur,” Calder’s dream is to move South Carolina from where it is to where it could be. His focus is on the 80 percent of people he believes are open to change and growth.