The Office of Access and Equity, Safe Harbor and the Clemson Arts Center are partnering together with the Clemson Area African American Museum to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Sabrina Greenlee – domestic violence survivor, DeAndre Hopkins’s mother, Community Activist, and CEO – will be speaking at the Clemson Area African American Museum on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 6 pm.
This event is free to everyone, however early registration is required due to limited on site space and webinar capacity. The event will be held in the auditorium and seating will be available in the garden as part of COVID safety precautions. For those who cannot attend in person, registration will provide you with the ability to join via your smartphone, computer or to dial in with your telephone.
All participants will be able to ask questions if desired.
The Clemson Area African American Museum is easily accessible via the CATbus Red Route. From the Tillman Place Apartments stop, the museum is a short walk up the hill.