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Speaker to share her "Unbreakable" story to campus

April 13, 2018

Mariah Coleman will be speaking at MacMurray College as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. She will tell her “Unbreakable” story in Thoresen Recital Hall in the Putnam/Springer Center at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.

Coleman will be on campus as the Title IX Seminar featured guest speaker. She will share her story of growing up in rural Illinois and facing issues such as sexual assault and mental illness.

“In battling these examples along with other issues, I began to understand the importance of recognizing my own ability to control my situation,” Coleman posts on her website, theunbreakablemessage.com. “I have a great passion for sharing my story and educating others on the importance of being unbreakable and fighting to reach goals, weather emotional storms and overcome unsavory circumstances.”

For more information on the Title IX Seminar and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, contact Danielle Doerfler, Title IX Coordinator, at 217-479-7156 or at danielle.doerfler@mac.edu.

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