When: Fri., April 20, 7 p.m.
Though new national reports of sexual misconduct and abuse have slowed down some in recent weeks, the #MeToo movement is not fading. Rather, its focus has arguably left a lasting impact on America’s social, cultural and political discourse. Now, residents of the Inland Northwest can hear directly from two of the groundbreaking movement’s leading voices: social justice activist and #MeToo movement founder Tarana Burke, alongside 2018 Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ronan Farrow, who broke last fall’s bombshell Harvey Weinstein abuse expose in The New Yorker. The two present “The Power of Social Discourse and the Complexity of the #MeToo Movement” as part of Gonzaga University’s seventh installment of the Presidential Speaker Series.
Fri, April 20 at 7 pm • $10-$14 • McCarthey Athletic Center • 801 N. Cincinnati St. • goo.gl/rciMsy
Price: $14/general; $10/seniors, students, educators.