ABOUT SERIES: The Clarkson Chief Inclusion Office and the St. Lawrence University Office for Diversity & Inclusion have collaborated to create a self-care series open to all and focused on the needs and healing of BIPOC students. This semester we will have sessions addressing: mental health, spiritual health, sexual health, physical health, and culturally relevant veganism. Every other Friday starting on Friday 5 Feb. we will host a different session.
WORKSHOP: During this session, Ericka Hart – a black queer femme activist, writer, highly-acclaimed speaker, and award-winning sexuality educator, will join us for a moderated conversation about the importance of BIPOC leaders and experiences in the field of sexual health, sexual wellness, sexual freedom, and sexual justice.
BIO: Ericka Hart (pronouns: she/they) is a Black, queer, femme activist, writer, highly-acclaimed speaker, and award-winning sexuality educator with a Master’s of Education in Human Sexuality from Widener University. Ericka’s work broke ground when she went topless showing her double mastectomy scars in public in 2016. Since then, she has been featured in countless digital and print publications like: Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, BBC News, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Elle, and Essence. Ericka’s voice is rooted in leading-edge thought around human sexual expression as inextricable to overall human health and its intersections with race, gender, chronic illness, and disability. Both radical and relatable, she continues to push well beyond the threshold of sex-positivity.
SPONSORED BY: Clarkson University Chief Inclusion Office, St. Lawrence University (SLU) Office for Diversity & Inclusion, Clarkson University Student Health and Counseling Services (SHAC) and St. Lawrence University’s Women’s Resource Center Theme House