Ferguson Voices

February 25, 2019 - 6:30pm

February 25, 2019 @ 6:30PM

Join poet-artists Saretta Morgan and Bekezela Mguni for a generative workshop in conversation with the exhibit Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame, on loan in the Hillman Library throughout the month of February.

Event is 18+


Bekezela Mguni is an artist, poet, doula, activist and librarian. She is enough...and plenty. Bekezela participated in the first Librarians and Archivists with Palestine delegation in June of 2013, a network of self-defined librarians, archivists, and information workers in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for self-determination. She is the founder of the Black Unicorn Library and Archives Project, a queer Black feminist library & archive. Bekezela is also a studio member of BOOM Concepts, which is community space and gallery dedicated to the development of artists and creative entrepreneurs. She is also honored to work with Dreams of Hope as the Education Program Director leading the sQool Program. Dreams of Hope affirms and uplifts the voices of LGBTQ youth through the arts by building a safer community for young queer and Trans people in Pittsburgh.

For more information on Saretta Morgan, visit her CAAPP-City of Asylum Residency page.


Co-Sponsored by CAAPP, the Black Unicorn Library and Archives Project, the Global Studies Center, and the University Library System

Location and Address

Workshop will be held in the Digital Scholarship Commons in Hillman Library.