Dr. Angela Davis, a scholar and activist, will speak as part of the Marquette Forum series on Wednesday, March 29, at 7 p.m. at the Al McGuire Center.
The event is sold out.
Davis, a living witness to history and important struggles of current times, focuses on social justice issues like racism, oppression and prison abolition. She has spoken at dozens of universities including Dartmouth, Stanford, University of Northern Iowa, Lawrence College and Seattle University, a sister Catholic, Jesuit university.
She has written eight books and taught at UCLA, the University of California-Santa Cruz, Vassar and Stanford.
Davis is not available for interviews, but media can attend the lecture. For more information, contact Joe DiGiovanni at joseph.diGiovanni@marquette.edu or at (414) 288-6712.