Emory University Hosts Conference on Connecting Civil and LGBT Rights Movements
Click here to hear WABE's Rose Scott interviewing Dr. Dona Yarbrough, Director of the Center for Women, and Charles Stephens, conference coordinator, about the Whose Beloved Community? Black Civil and LGBT Rights conference, which was held at Emory March 27-29.
News and Highlights
- Check out Dr. Dona Yarbrough's Op Ed on disturbing masculinity and violence against women.
- Emory was selected to as a 2015 training site for Elect Her – Campus Women Win, the only program in the country that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. Thank you Center for Women staff, and especially Jojo Jones, for applying and winning on behalf of Emory!
- Whose Beloved Community? Black Civil and LGBT Rights Conference. Click here to learn more about the conference from coordinator Charles Stephens.
- The Public Voices Fellowship was recognized in the Insight to Diversity magazine as a program at Emory that advances diversity and inclusion. Watch the new video highlighting the Public Voices Fellowship at Emory University from 2013-2015 by clicking here!
Read more about about the first cohort of Public Voices Fellows in the Emory Report.