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ABC Television's "What Would You Do?" Host to Speak at Kegley Institute Fall Lecture

ABC Television anchor and host, John Quiñones, will deliver the 2016 Kegley Institute of Ethics Fall Lecture on Thursday, September 22 at 7 p.m. in the CSUB Doré Theatre. Quiñones’ talk is entitled, “What Would You Do?”

Each day, our lives are filled with “What Would You Do?” moments. Simple things, such as considering whether or not to hold the door open for a stranger, or more complex decisions including what to do when one witnesses the discrimination or mistreatment of another. Quinones helps humanity take a step back and examine the choices they make on a daily basis.

Quiñones is the award-winning co-anchor of ABC news magazine Primetime and has been with the network nearly 30 years. He is the sole anchor of the Primetime series, “What Would You Do?,” one of the highest rated news magazine franchises in recent years. The show captures the way people react when confronted with dilemmas that compel them to either take action or walk away. Quiñones was ABC’s first Latino correspondent, and is a seven-time Emmy Award winner and George Foster Peabody Award recipient.

The “What Would You Do?” lecture, like all Kegley Institute of Ethics events, is free and open to the public. Through the generosity and support of Kern Schools Federal Credit Union and the partnership between Kaiser Permanente and San Joaquin Community Hospital, CSUB’s Kegley Institute is able to open these events to all who are interested. For more information about this event and others like it, please visit

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