Morehead State’s Gender Research Program will host designer, radio host, group organizer and activist Soreyda Benedit-Begley for a lecture titled “Sustainable Style and Social Justice for All,” Thursday, March 10, from 4 to five:30 p.m. in Rader Corridor room 111. The occasion is free and open to the general public and MSU requires masks inside all classroom areas. The occasion is a part of MSU’s celebration of Ladies’s Historical past Month.
Initially from Honduras, Benedit-Begley is now based mostly in Lexington. Due to her expertise working in sweatshops as a young person in her native nation, she has advocated for truthful commerce, girls’s rights and sustainable growth. She incorporates unconventional recycled supplies into her clothes designs, together with paper, plastic luggage and even tree bark.
The occasion is sponsored by the Gender Research Program and the Caudill Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.