Fifth Annual Women’s History Month Conference
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
Friday–Saturday March 7-March 8, 2003
Sisters in Struggle:
Honoring Women Veterans of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
Keynote Speaker: Gloria Richardson Dandridge
Little Rock Nine and The Cambridge Movement are only a sample of movements in the Civil Rights Movement orchestrated and led by women.
The 5th Annual Women’s History Conference at Sarah Lawrence College will celebrate Women’s History month by honoring the unsung heroes of the modern Civil Rights Movement. Our keynote speaker will be Gloria Richardson, leader of the Cambridge movement.
We welcome papers, panels, workshops, and performances with themes that explore the issue of women in the Civil Rights Movement. Civil Rights Veterans are especially invited to participate.
CRM and the Practice of History
Race and SNCC
Teaching Civil Rights
Female Leadership in SNCC
Wednesdays in Mississippi
The Development of Feminism in the Civil Rights Movement
Daisy Bates and the Little Rock Nine
CRM and the Arts
National Council of Negro Women
Connections: Women's Civil Rights Activism Then and Now.....
Women and the MFDP
Women and Black Power
Deadline: November 8, 2002
Please send a short abstract and c.v./resume to:
Women’s History Graduate Program
Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville, NY 10708
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