Join us as Dr. Felecia Harris, Ph.D. explores how black women in this generation have used “the personal is still political” theme to advance activism, feminism and women’s movements. Dr. Harris will examine how national black feminist organizations, the Black Church and the Hip Hop culture have helped strengthen the black woman’s voice in our society.
In celebration of Black History Month, the CPCC Diversity Committee is pleased to present guest speaker Dr. Felecia Harris, Ph.D. who teaches in the Women’s Studies Program and Africana Studies Department at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her teaching and research areas include: gender issues in sports, education, hip hop culture, African American women, health, sexuality and pop culture. She is the author of “Black Sexuality & Health: Exploring issues of race, gender, sex and health in the 21st century” (Spring 2014).
February 18, 2015
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Tate Hall, Overcash Center