Gender in Sports

Sport and Social Justice Lecture Series Brings Cyclist Kristen Worley to Sonoma State University
September 27, 2016
kristen worley and her dog

Sonoma State University's Sport and Social Justice lecture series covers topics including gender verification in professional sports and capturing the Muhammad Ali's meaning. Lectures at October 3 and 25 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center ballrooms. Admission is free, parking on campus is $5-$8.

On Monday, Oct. 3, Kristen Worley a high performance cyclist will speak about her experience being gender verified and her ongoing human rights case against the International Olympic Committee. On Tuesday, Oct. 25, Michael Ezra, professor of American multi-cultural studies at Sonoma State and author of "Muhammad Ali: The Making of an Icon," will discuss Muhammad Ali's greatness.

October 3

Trans Athletes and the Fight for Human Rights

Kristen Worley

October 25

The Difficulty of Capturing Muhammad Ali's Meaning

Michael Ezra

Lectures are in Student Center Ballroom B. This event is sponsored by the Office of the Director of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence at Sonoma State University.