On November 5th in Foster Auditorium, Mia McKenzie had a conversation about the intersections of race, queerness, gender, class, and social justice.
Mia McKenzie is an award-winning author and a smart, scrappy Philadelphian (now living in the bay area) who studied writing at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a black feminist and a freaking queer, facts that are often reflected in her stories. She also created Black Girl Dangerous, an online blog and multi-faceted forum for creative and political expression.
Co-sponsored by the African American Studies Department, the Africana Research Center, TRIOTA, the University Libraries, the University Park Allocation Committee (UPAC) –Your Student Activity Fee at Work, and the Women’s Studies Department