Famed Scholar to Present “The Thurgood Marshal Experience” for Saybrook Community
Saybrook University distinguished consulting faculty Lenneal Henderson will perform his critically acclaimed portrayal of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall on Saturday August 24, 7:30 pm at the Westin (SFO). Taking on the role of the first African American to serve on the US Supreme Court, this impressive one-man show - coming a few days before the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech on August 28th - will take you deep into the mind of the late Supreme Court Justice as he worked to challenge racial barriers in education, housing, transportation, electoral politics, and criminal justice.
All members of the Saybrook community (alumni, students, faculty, and staff) are invited to attend this event. RSVP here. This special opportunity is part of the residential conference program for the Schools of Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Clinical Psychology.
In addition to serving as distinguished consulting faculty for the Transformative Social Change program, Henderson is a distinguished Professor of Government and Public Administration and Senior Fellow at the William Donald Schaefer Center for Public Policy and a Senior Fellow in the Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics at the University of Baltimore. Dr. Henderson has been a consultant to federal, state and local government as well as to the corporate sector and the nonprofit sector for more than thirty years. His areas of expertise include: housing, education policy, energy management, environmental policy and public management. He is the author or editor of four books and forty-two articles. He received his AB, MA, and PhD degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. In addition to his portrayal of Thurgood Marshall, Henderson has also appeared as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Henderson will also be the guest speaker at the graduation ceremony for the Schools of Clinical Psychology, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, and Organizational Leadership and Transformation on Friday August 23.