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Diversity Monologues
For Martin Luther King, Jr., writing was a fundamental part of the struggle. Through speeches, letters, and books, he documented the injustice he witnessed and called on America to live up to its promise that all are created equal. To celebrate that legacy and carry it forward, please join us for Diversity Monologues Use your voice. Share your story. With a group of dedicated students, work on crafting your own story about identity, diversity, and the demand for social justice. Tuesday, January 9 at 5:30 pm Please RSVP to Professor Megan Paustian, mcpaustian@noctrl.edu. Some monologues will be performed on Thursday, January 18th as part of our Martin Luther King Week celebrations. (Performance is not required.) Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Director Dorothy Pleas
Date & Time Jan 9, 2018
5:30 PM- 6:50 PM
Location Information Venue: White Activity Center
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White Activities Center : Centennial Hall: Fireside Lounge
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Contact Information Contact:Megan Paustian
Phone:5274
Email:mcpaustian@noctrl.edu