Activism And Inclusion: The Struggle For Civil And Human Rights

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Freedom At Emory University says
This panel will discuss activism and the struggles of specific marginalized groups at Emory. The event will address overarching issues of inclusion, civil rights, and the fundamental human right to education. It will specifically focus on three key objectives:

- Examine the histories of LGBTQ+ students, Black students, and undocumented students at Emory University.
- Highlight similarities and differences in experiences between struggles for acceptance and inclusion for marginalized groups.
- Establish an open discussion on the current/future threats to the right to education for marginalized groups.

Our panelists inclode
Dr. Emiko Soltis, Executive Director, Freedom University Georgia, an Atlanta-based organization that works to provide free college-level education and resources for undocumented students
Dr. Lynne Huffer, Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Emory
Mr. Charles Black, Chairman of the Atlanta Student Movement, 1961-1962

**We will have free food**
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By: Freedom At Emory University

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