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Graduate student, Bradley Powell, wins first place at “Doing Intersectionality” Symposium co-organized by graduate student Erin K. Phelps

Posted on May 5, 2017

On April 27, 2017, the “Doing Intersectionality” Symposium, organized by Sociology graduate studentĀ Erin K. Phelps and Dashawn Hickman, celebrated LGBTQA+ centered work and the people that create it. Sociology graduate student, Bradley Powell, won first place in Oral Presentations for his paper “Power and Prevention: A Qualitative Inquiry into Racial Power Dynamics in HIV Prevention.” The event was sponsored by ACES+ McBride Lecture Endowment and the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

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