Queen Latifah To Give Keynote Speech At Delaware State University
The rapper turned actress will flex her oratory skills at an upcoming commencement ceremony.
Queen Latifah is testing her speech skills. The Hollywood star is scheduled to serve as a keynote speaker at Delaware State University’s 120th commencement exercises, hitting up the Dover campus on Sunday, May 22nd.
Serving as one of three keynote speakers, the Native Tongues member will address the undergraduate class during its graduation at 3 p.m., open only to students. Additional keynote honorees include journalist and activist Jeff Johnson, as well as domestic violence prevention advocate Quincy Lucas.
Latifah, born Dana Owens, is currently serving as producer on VH1’s upcoming scripted series Single Ladies starring Stacey Dash, Charity Shea and LisaRaye McCoy. She is slated to reprise her vocal role from Ice Age in the fourth installment of the film.