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Power of Diversity Lecture & Hispanic Heritage Month Event: Honorable Teresa Molina

Join La Alianza and the Office For Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity for an engaging Power of Diversity lecture and CWRU Hispanic Heritage Month event with the honorable Teresa Molina. The lecture will be held Tuesday, Sept. 28, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom.

The honorable Teresa Molina will share her journey as a Latina and her life experience growing up in Cleveland, navigating systemic and structural racism, and earning a Juris Doctorate. Judge Molina earned her law degree at The Ohio State University College of Law, and has dedicated her entire career to public service. Judge Molina worked for over 18 years as an attorney and has spent the past two years as a judge serving Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois. Judge Molina is the first Puerto Rican ever to be appointed and elected to a countywide judicial vacancy in Cook County and has presided over bench trials, statutory summary suspension hearings, and motions regarding the admissibility of evidence in cases.

Register for the event on CampusGroups.