ODI lecture series features activist Dominique Morgan

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is proud to present the Diversity Lecture Series, featuring Dominique Morgan at 6:30 p.m Wednesday, Nov. 17 at the Rhatigan Student Center’s Beggs Ballroom.

Resilience is not something we are born with. It is something we can be taught and nurtured. Dominique Morgan’s resilience was nurtured through life experience and has evolved out of necessity (homelessness, incarceration and surviving sexual assault). She has dedicated herself to the work that instills the values of resilience and liberation in her community, whether its youth in the classroom during a sexual health lesson, supporting an incarcerated person with advocacy or supporting the leadership of color.

Dominique Morgan (she/her) is an award-winning artist, activist, and TEDx speaker. As the executive director of Black and Pink, she works daily to dismantle the systems that perpetuate violence on LGBTQ/GNC people, and individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS.

In order to attend, you must register for the event.