Rosalind Withers, the daughter of the civil rights photographer Ernest Withers, shares stories of growing up with the photographer and challenges to his legacy.Find out more »
“Children of Selma: Unsung Soldiers of the Selma March” is an chance to hear the stories of three women who were children directly tied to the monumental civil rights march in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago. Sheyann Webb-Christburg was eight years old when she joined the Selma March. Penny Liuzzo-Herrington and Sally Liuzzo-Prado are daughters of Viola Luizzo, the only white woman murdered for participating in the march.Find out more »
The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College will perform a concert Freedom Forward. They will be joined by the historic Rust College Choir for this one night event.Find out more »
For Women’s History Month, Dr. Stephanie J. Shaw, Professor of History at The Ohio State University, will
speak on topics surrounding her book, What a Woman Ought to Be and to Do: Black Professional Woman
Workers during the Jim Crow Era.