Powerful Speeches & Moving Performances Filled the Friday Plenary at the USCA
Photo credit: Xavier Houge, 2016 USCA Social Media fellow
Who knew it was possible to pack so much wisdom, inspiration, and emotion into a mere two hours? Undoubtedly, Friday’s lunchtime plenary session exceeded expectations; attendees were treated to moving speeches – both planned and impromptu – by some well-known leaders, including NMAC’s own Paul Kewata, Black AIDS Institute’s Phill Wilson, Ken Williams, Richard A. Elion, and Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry. The audience was also energized and brought to their feet with musical performances by Todrick Hall and the Prancing Elites. Here are some of the best tweets and photos from the event.