Morrise Richardson

Morisse Richardson
Morrise is a Public Policy and Ethnic Studies double-major with a broad range of interests.

He is an award-winning filmmaker, a photographer, a co-founder of ASP TV (African Student Programs TV), and he recently returned from studying abroad in Ghana.

"The thing I love most about UCR is the people. Some of the most interesting conversations I have had occurred by just sitting in the HUB (Highlander Union Building). The people I meet here are open-minded and striving to become great."

"The greatest accomplishment in my life was the decision to study abroad in Africa. When I got the opportunity to go to Ghana, it changed my life and absolutely shaped my way of thinking in the present day. There I learned so much and experienced situations that could never be duplicated."

"My name is Morrise Richardson and my gift will be to spread collectivism to the world to make better communities where people unite according to the African customs in Ghana which express the Akan symbol of love for all mankind."

Morisse Richardson's Gift