Carl Eller related to the students what life was like as an African American, on and off the football field, in the 1960s.
USA Today's sportswriter Jarrett Bell discussed the role of the media in social change.
Fendrich R. Clark, a professor in the Communications Department at Mount Union College, shared a historical perspective to race relations in the United States.
Nearly 500 students visited the Hall of Fame for the seminar. Hundreds of others were conferenced in via distance learning technology (see monitors at center).
Students listened intently to the discussion in the Hall's NFL Films Theater.
Jarrett Bell discussed his early life growing up in Detroit, which was the site of the country's largest race riot during the 1960s.
Excited students posed for a photo with Carl Eller.
Students from Glenoak High School had their photo taken with the guest panel.
The panel fielded a wide range of questions from participating students.