Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 6 PM

Street and Davis Performance Hall, Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre

Free; registration required

"We try to find a bridge we can walk together, in respect for one another."

—Angélique Kidjo

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.

Celebrate Virginia Tech’s annual commemoration of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with one of today’s most inspiring voices for social change.