Youth and Democracy in Africa and the World
Presented by the Department of Africana Studies, Wellesley is thrilled to welcome Fadzayi Mahere, a lawyer and politician who is currently one of the youngest women involved in Zimbabwe national politics, to talk about the future of democracy in Zimbabwe and around the world.
The event is open to all Wellesley College students, faculty, and staff. Please register in advance. The event is also open to members of the public by advance registration only.
Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. In addition to the ticket, all attendees will be required to present a photo ID. No photography or recording will be allowed during this event.
All visitors to the College must be vaccinated and complete the visitor registration form.
All persons and bags are subject to search for safety by assigned security personnel. The following items are prohibited for the event:
- Bags larger than 12x6x12, backpacks, smoking or e-cigarettes, weapons (including pocket knives), posters or signs larger than 8.5x11, video cameras, and artificial noisemakers/radios
Public parking is available at the Davis Parking Facility, adjacent to the Wellesley Campus Police.
Lizette Rodriguez-Ponce, firstname.lastname@example.org
the Office of the Provost, Albright Institute, and Knapp Social Science Center
Oct 27, 12:45 PM
Oct 6, 12:45 PM