Music and Human Rights with Angélique Kidjo
June 19, 2021
Co-sponsored by the Black Cultural Center and the Office for Inclusion and Diversity
Moderated by Kimberly D. Clark-Shaw, director, Black Cultural Center
Renowned musician and activist Angélique Kidjo speaks to the role and power of the arts in the global struggle to secure human rights for all.
A pan-African music superstar, Kidjo has committed her life to advocacy, earning a UNICEF ambassadorship and founding Batonga, an association providing young African women with secondary and higher education.
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