Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I'm shocked the premier HBCU, Morehouse College, held their 1st Gay Pride Week.
And I'm even more shocked they challenged themselves and invited the media diva, B. Scott, as a guest speaker.
I will post more on this very soon.
MULTIMEDIA MAVEN B. SCOTT TO SPEAK AT MOREHOUSE’S FIRST-EVER GAY PRIDE WEEK
B. Scott will be sitting on “Out & in the Spotlight” panel
(Atlanta, GA, March 22, 2010)—March 23, 2010 marks Morehouse College’s first-ever Gay Pride Week. To commemorate this historic event, B. Scott, famous gay African-American TV/Radio personality and Internet sensation, will be speaking on Tuesday, March 23 on the “Out & in the Spotlight” panel.
WHAT: The “Out & in the Spotlight” panel is one part of the week long PRIDE WEEK, hosted by Safe Space, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organization that openly addresses the issues of homophobia, hegemonic dispositions, racism, sexism and gender construction. Scott will be discussing his experiences as being an out gay out man in the entertainment industry; the importance of loving and accepting oneself; and how being gender non-conforming—not adhering to society’s rules about dress and activities for people that are based on their sex—has shown the need to help expand society’s views of what being LGBT is in this country.
WHO: B. Scott is a TV/Radio personality and Internet sensation. Hundreds of thousands of viewers tune into his YouTube partner channel, www.youtube.com/lovebscott and log onto his website, lovebscott.com to hear his witty, fun and lively commentary on his personal experiences, current happenings and celebrity gossip and to see the latest episode of THE B. SCOTT SHOW. Bringing an infectious personality and outspoken nature, B. Scott has achieved much of his success by directly connecting with his love muffins (the name he uses for his fans) and his achievements have allowed him to gain interviews with celebrities such as Mariah Carey, Jordin Sparks, Nene Leakes, Ne-Yo and Ashanti. B. recently branched out into television, appearing on such shows as TV One Access Hollywood and Extra. For more information about B. Scott visit www.lovebscott.com.
WHERE: Morehouse’s African-American Hall of Fame (the upper level of The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel on the Campus of Morehouse College); 830 Westview Dr Sw
Atlanta, Georgia 30314.