‘Bloody Sunday’ Activist to Discuss Social Entrepreneurialism at DePaul

CHICAGO–(ENEWSPF)–April 19, 2013.  Don Mullan has worn many hats in his long and varied career: survivor of the infamous 1972 “Bloody Sunday” tragedy in Northern Ireland; crusading investigative journalist; international human rights activist; movie producer; advocate for those like himself with dyslexia; guest lecturer and consultant at DePaul University. Personally, Mullan says it all falls under the job description of “creative social entrepreneur.”

On April 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Mullan will present a talk on how he has charted his successful and varied career while working to make the world a better place. He will address his work as a human rights trail blazer dedicated to causes around the world, including Rwanda, South Africa and Brazil, and his work with other civil rights leaders, such as South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

The event is free and open to the public and will be held in the Lincoln Park Student Center, 2250 N. Sheffield Ave. Room 324, Chicago. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.