Women of Consequence

In the nineteenth century and even today, in the U.S., women have often been denied the right and opportunity to serve as political leaders and advocates. This was true for all women, including women of African descent. Despite barriers, women have found ways to influence politics and to have their voices heard. Through dance, poetry, music and drama, this program will share their stories, and promote discussion about freedom of expression and leadership for all women. VIEW FLYER

Presented by the Center for Black Culture, College of Arts & Sciences, Community Engagement Initiative, Delaware Historical Society, Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center


Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 7:00pm

Roselle Center for the Arts, Gore Recital Hall

Event Type

Community, Theatre



Center for Black Culture




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