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Janaya -khan“Demanding Social Transformation, Justice, and Equality for All”
Speaker: Janaya Khan
Monday, January 21
7:00 p.m., Goddard Auditorium, Carpenter Hall

Janaya Khan speaks on "Demanding Social Transformation, Justice, and Equality for All" as this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Keynote Speaker.

An International Ambassador for the #BlackLivesMatter Network, Janaya brings a timely message about the transformational power of protest. Janaya is a leading activist who engages you in a profound discussion about social justice and equality.

Known as ‘Future’ within the Black Lives Matter movement, Janaya is a black, queer, gender-nonconforming activist, staunch Afrofuturist and social-justice educator who presents an enlightening point of view on police brutality and systemic racism.

Janaya has been honored with several awards, including the 2015 Bromley Armstrong Humanitarian Award, and has been featured in media outlets, including the Feminist Wire, RaceBaitR, and The Root. Janaya currently serves as executive director of Gender Justice LA, a grassroots multi-racial coalition of transgender people and allies.

Janaya’s eye-opening presentations are underpinned by a deep commitment to social transformation. With compelling narratives, Janaya illustrates how individual lives are affected by inequality and rouses audiences to actively seek justice for all.

Free Admission. No tickets are required.

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