Fifth Annual Women's History Conference Friday - Saturday, March 7-8, 2003
Sisters in Struggle: Honoring Women Veterans of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
Keynote Speaker: Gloria Richardson
Performance Poet: Tracie Morris
Written by Denise Nichols
Panels include: Mississippi, SNCC, Pathways to Feminism, Freedom Song, Religion and the Movement, Women in Leadership, Freedom North, Black Feminism and more.
Free and Open to the Public
Did you know that women were at the core of the civil rights movement?
Can you name a woman important to the civil rights movement besides Rosa Parks?
Women were on the front lines of the civil rights movement as activists and leaders. They rode on freedom rides, marched and were jailed side by side with men. Join the Women’s History Graduate Program in honoring these unsung heroes of the movement.
Women's History Program
Sarah Lawrence College
1 Mead Way
Bronxville, NY 10701
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