Register once and join us for three important conversations about our current moment.
At Dominican University of California, we continue to do all we can to prepare ethical leaders and support globally responsible citizens — even as the COVID-19 pandemic demands that we adapt to deliver our longest-running and most essential community programs.
We’re pleased to welcome Chasten Buttigieg, Jon Meacham, and the Reverend Al Sharpton to this fall’s Leadership Lecture Series. We’re even happier that they’ve trusted us to broadcast these sessions online — free and available live and on-demand to anyone eager to take part.
Leading Social Change.
Tuesday, September 15
in conversation with Andrew Sean Greer
I Have Something to Tell You
Author Chasten Butttigieg presents his memoir, I Have Something to Tell You, in conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner Andrew Sean Greer, sharing his experiences growing up gay in his small Midwestern town; his life as the husband of former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg; and his hope for America’s future.
Thursday, September 24
in conversation with Dr. Clayborne Carson
His Truth is Marching On: John Lewis and the Power of Hope
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Jon Meacham talks with legendary civil rights pioneer Dr. Clayborne Carson about his just-released, intimate portrait of longtime U.S. congressman John Lewis — and of the power of hope that fueled this civil rights icon and helped lead a nation.
Thursday, October 1
in conversation with Alicia Garza
Rise Up: Confronting a Country at the Crossroads
Civil rights leader Al Sharpton talks with Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, about his new book Rise Up and offers contemporary lessons for anyone who’s stood at the crossroads of their personal or political life, weighing their choices of how to proceed.
Register once and join us live this fall for three important conversations.
For more than 15 years, our Institute for Leadership Studies has hosted our Leadership Lecture Series, in partnership with Book Passage, on our San Rafael, California campus. Ticket revenue has helped fund a variety of Institute initiatives including our Leadership Learning Lab, the Leadership Minor, LeaderShape, and our Global Ambassador program.
This year, the COVID-19 virus makes it impossible to gather in person. But, we believe that our current moment requires — perhaps now more than ever — that we continue to bring people together, advocate for change, and improve conditions for us all.
Extending these leadership sessions in this way is something new and exciting for all of us. Particularly because of our current unprecedented challenges, we hope that you’ll do all you can to spread the word to include others who share our commitment to leadership and social change.
Dominican is grateful for the generous support of our sponsors.
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