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Spelman College Family Weekend: Tour the Museum

Spelman College Family Weekend: Tour the Museum

Friday, February 15, 20194:00 p.m. Each year, Spelman College extends a warm welcome to the families of our students to experience all that Spelman has to offer. Gather in the Museum for guided tours led by student, artist, faculty, and...
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You’re invited to an afternoon of poetic proportions featuring an original performance by award winning lyricist and activist, Lyrispect.

Inspired by Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness, Lyrispect will moderate a panel to address questions and concerns surrounding the sexuality, spirituality, and visibility of LGBTQI women of the African Diaspora.

Host
Nina “Lyrispect” Ball
Lyricist | Author | Activist
@lyrispect

Panelists
Beverly Guy Sheftall, Ph.D.
Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Women’s Studies and Founding Director, Women’s Research &
Resource Center Spelman College
@spelmancws

Marla Renee Stewart, MA
Sexologist | Sexuality Educator
@1marlastewart

Latishia A.V. James, M.Div.
Assistant Director for Prevention and Response Title IX & Compliance Office Spelman College
@purposefullylj

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