October's Diversity and Inclusion Arts and Lecture Series to feature motivational speaker on dis-ABILITY issues
October’s Diversity and Inclusion Arts and Lecture Series to feature motivational speaker on dis-ABILITY issues
For the second installment of this dynamic series, the Office of Educational Equity and Inclusion is excited to announce Christopher Coleman as the featured speaker.
Mr. Coleman, pronounced dead at birth and profoundly affected by cerebral palsy, has defied all sorts and became a successful speaker and life coach with a dynamic message.
You are invited to attend his presentation “The Power of a Diverse Culture” at 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, October 9, in the James L. Bolden Campus Union Ballroom on the Lorman campus or at 2 p.m. in the Graduate Business Programs Lecture Hall on the Natchez campus. This inspiring and informative session will be meaningful for parents, educators, students, and anyone interested in creating a more inclusive society.
For more information, contact Dr. Derek Greenfield, director of Educational Equity and Inclusion at [email protected] .