Date & Time: November 17 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: University Center 213/214

Cleopatra (They/She) is an activist, educator, and organizer born and raised in Lenape Territory, so-called NYC.

Cleopatra Tatabele

Seeing their own ancestral roots as a grounding point for them self, Cleopatra identifies with their Black, Indigenous, and Latinx ancestry and also identifies as two spirit.

Cleopatra seeks to create safer spaces for all through education, diverse representation, and activism. Cleopatra provides people with tools for success via  educational workshops and their facilitation prowess. They also are an artist who seeks to create unique pieces to inspire change in her community. They believe that by honoring their Black and Indigenous ancestors healing is possible.

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