Friday, April 19, 2013
On May 2, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the McGavick Center, Karith Foster and Adam Lehman will present a 60-minute presentation addressing homophobia and racism through educational comedy called Stereotyped 101.
Foster and Lehman are two comedians, one black and one gay who are putting a face on the issues of homophobia and racism. Their personal experiences have given them the material to address these issues with humor, wit, and candor.
The presentation consists of comedy, testimonials, and a Q&A session that will address not only their personal experiences, but also examples from current news stories. Through humor they offer a very raw perspective of the reality of homophobia and racism.
Please join this event co-sponsored by the CPTC Diversity Committee and the Campus Activities Board.