Zoomin Series – Black Civil Rights Movements

We’re celebrating Black History Month on campus with the Zoomin series organized by the IE Africa Club and featuring lectures and talks by IE Africa Center Gurus and Griots Fellows.

Join us on 22 February for the second event in the series – a lecture on Black Civil Rights movements by Patrice Juah.

Patrice Juah is a communications professional, writer and editor. As founder of the Martha Juah Educational Foundation, she champions girls’ education and leadership, through the foundation’s academic initiative, Sexy Like A Book. An accomplished author, poet, and public speaker, her literary works cover a wide range of themes, to include personal life experiences, women’s empowerment and humor. A firm believer in the transformative power of education, Juah contributes to the Liberia Literary Society and Village Tales Publishing, as board member and editor, respectively. She is a Mandela Washington Fellow for President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), a Deutsche Welle Global Media Fellow, and was a Kistefos Scholar at the I.E School of Global and Public Affairs, at I.E University, pursuing a Master’s in International Relations.

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