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Morgan to Host Sexuality, Gender Race & Ethnicity Symposium

Register now for the academic symposium, Intersections:  Sexuality, Gender, Race and Ethnicity, to be held at Morgan on Saturday, March 9, 2013.  Keynote speakers are Keith Boykin, author and noted commentator on race and sexual orientation, and Kelly Brown Douglas, author and chair of Religion and Philosophy at Goucher College.

This academic symposium will include several panels where presenters will read papers that pertain to the intersectional themes, including film and literature, history, education, religion and spirituality,global perspectives, transgender, health and mental health issues.  A juried student poster session will begin the symposium. Continental breakfast, lunch and parking will be provided to all who pre-register for the symposium.  The closing session will feature a public, free performance by the Rock Creek Singers, part of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington.

Morgan State University’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program, under the auspices of the College of Liberal Arts, is pleased to cosponsor this second symposium with Bmore Proud Intercollegiate LGBT Network and the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Click here to register for the event.

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