AADC 2021 L’Hommedieu Lecture: An Evening with Dr. Bernice A. King
Dr. Bernice A. King is a global thought leader, strategist, orator, peace advocate, and CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center,) which was founded by her mother, Coretta Scott King. Dr. King will examine the role of women and youth and our responsibility to collectively make the world a better place. She will discuss allyship as a key to unlocking the power of diversity and to social responsibility.
The L’Hommedieu Visiting Lecturer Series is presented by the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College (AADC) and made possible through the generosity of the late Frances Bradley L’Hommedieu ’26. The lecture is free and open to our alumnae community, friends, the greater Rutgers community and the public.