Advancing Racial Equity with Keynote Speaker LaTosha Brown

Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Place: Pigott Auditorium at Seattle University

Tickets are $10. A limited amount of tickets are free for faculty, staff, and Students with the code: Seattleu

Sponsored by United Way of King County and co-hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement.

LaTosha Brown is an award-winning organizer, philanthropic consultant, and political strategist. She is a nationally recognized, "go-to" expert on Black voting rights and voter suppression, Black women's empowerment, and philanthropy. A catalyst for change, LaTosha is the co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund and Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute--initiatives designed to boost Black voter registration and turnout, and increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black Communities.

Our vote is our voice. We hope you'll join us for this important conversation to learn more about our voting rights, the inequities inherent within them, and ways we can take action to improve equitable access for all in our community.




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The Hedreen Gallery presents

Blue is Our Color: An Exhibit on Black Identity, Memory and Protest.


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This Friday, June 29th, 2022, guest curator and recent Arts Leadership MFA graduate Adetola Abatan, invites the SU Community to learn more about the artists Aboubakar Fofana and Jite Agbro at the Hedreen Gallery 12-1 PM. 

The exhibit will remain open through October 7.