Alumna, playwright and abuse survivor to present ‘If My Tears Could Talk’

Karen Chattum-Dozier (BA 2007, MA 2013) is a poet, playwright, novelist, motivational speaker and founder of a nonprofit, “WE SPEAK UP FOR THE VOICELESS, Inc.” She is also a survivor of child sex abuse.

Chattum-Dozier will bring her story and skills together with a performance of “If My Tears Could Talk” on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Thiry Auditorium. Face masks are required.

The event is available on WebEx at: https://bit.ly/3ytFFYi The password is OLLU.

The performance is free. But donations will be accepted for “WE SPEAK UP,” which uses theatrical performance to empower family violence survivors to break cycles of abuse.

At OLLU, Chattum-Dozier earned a bachelor’s in Psychology and a master’s in Human Sciences.

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