Around 100 people came to listen to social justice advocate Sandra Fluke at Northern Michigan University Thursday night.
The topic: the 2012 Presidential Election, the emergence of pro-equality voters, and the emergence of diversity in the U.S. House and Senate.
Fluke also touched on immigration reform, equal rights and women’s rights. She said she uses speaking engagements to allow the public to get more involved in social justice rights, and understand some topics that are not covered on national news.
The event was sponsored by NMU’s Platform Personalities group, and it was open to the public.
Members of Platform Personalities the group said that with the number of people in attendance shows that some members of the Marquette community have an interest in what Fluke stands for and promotes.