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Olga Marina Segura is a freelance writer and the opinion editor at National Catholic Reporter. Previously, she was an associate editor at America Media, where she wrote and solicited articles on race and culture. She is a co-founder and former co-host of the podcast, “Jesuitical.” Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, Latino Rebels, Shondaland, Sojourners, Refinery29, and The Revealer.

Vivian Wu Wong is the chair of the history and social sciences department at The Milton School in Milton, MA.

Office of DEI and NCGLS presents a Black History Month Series, "On the Margins of Intersectionality"

February 7, 7 - 8:30 PM, "Birth of A Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church" Discussion with author Olga M. Segura

February 23, 7-8:30 PM, "Building Black and Asian Solidarity: Remembering the Past, Acknowledging the Present, & Charting the Future.” Discussion with Vivian Wu Wong


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