The University of La Verne’s annual Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture honors the pre-eminent American author, orator, statesman, and human rights advocate. The most influential African-American leader of the 19th century, Frederick Douglass’ writings and speeches were powerful testimonies in the movement to end slavery. The lecture takes place during Black History Month and addresses issues related to peace and justice.
Dr. Chatelain offers keynote lectures, moderates panels, and presents workshops around the world. If you are interested in inviting Dr. Chatelain to your campus or community, consult this calendar first to determine her availability. She hopes to see you at her next event.