The Golden Tribe Lecture Series was re-established in Fall 2010 to provide the student body with a series of speakers sponsored by the Student Government Association in collaboration with Union Productions. The Golden Tribe Lecture Series is an academically focused speaker series, which attempts to connect students to outstanding individuals who are either experts in their field or working at the forefront of a relevant political or social issue. The mission of the series is to engage students in issues and dialogue that will positively benefit their overall academic, scholastic, or humanitarian experience.
Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
An Evening with Karamo Brown
Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
Doors 6:00 PM // Event 7:00 PM
Free admission for all guest
Priority entry for FSU students with a valid ID
The Golden Tribe Lecture Series is proud to announce Karamo Brown as the keynote speaker for the 32nd annual MLK Week Celebration! A graduate of Florida A&M University, Karamo worked as a licensed social worker for over a decade before transitioning into media. Beginning his television career in 2004 as a housemate on the MTV hit reality series The Real World, Brown was the first openly-gay African- American in the history of reality television. With Queer Eye, Karamo has won three Emmys, including for Outstanding Structured Reality Program, and a Television Critics Association award.