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How do the social justice philosophies of Martin Luther King Jr. connect to the current social justice movements? Join the UMGC community for a moderated question-and-answer session between Marjorie M. Fuller, director of the West Virginia University (WVU) Center for Black Culture and Research, and Natasha Rodriguez, UMGC’s director of multicultural training and diversity programming, for insights.

About the Speaker

In addition to serving as the director of the WVU Center for Black Culture and Research, Marjorie M. Fuller is copresident of the national Association for Black Culture Centers. With twenty-five years of experience in the areas of diversity and Pan-African studies, including a professorship in the department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University, she specializes in the development of retention initiatives for students of color and other underrepresented groups, research tours that focus on unique aspects of the African American experience, and the presentation of topics that focus on culture, race, and ethnicity.

Please join us for this special online event.

Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Noon–1 p.m.

Online via Zoom

You must preregister to attend. Login information will be emailed to you.

Presented by the Office of Diversity and Equity