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African-American Women in the Civil Rights Crusades

African-American Women in the Civil Rights Crusades

Many African-American women took leadership positions in the Civil Rights struggles, including Mary Church-Terrell, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Alice Dunbar-Nelson and Mary McLeod-Bethune. The women’s right to vote, education for women, ending lynching, and addressing racial and gender discrimination could not have been achieved without these women.

Syl Woolford celebrates the lives of four extraordinary women and the crusades they waged against injustice.

Syl Woolford is a native Delawarean who currently resides in Newark, Delaware. Mr. Woolford is a graduate of Delaware State University with a Degree in Business Administration /Accounting and a graduate of Rutgers University with an MBA in Marketing. In 2008, Mr. Woolford began researching his family history and expanded that research into a total revisiting of African-American history. He has been lecturing on African-American history since 2010 when he began lecturing on “African-American Soldiers in the Civil War.”  He serves on several historical preservation boards, and has received many awards and tributes for his work.

NOTE: this session is conducted through Zoom. You MUST REGISTER to receive instructions for joining the meeting. You will receive instructions for how to join the meeting the day before the meeting is scheduled.

If you have need assistance with registration or getting your Zoom invitation, please email: jennifer.atwood@newcastlede.gov

Related LibGuide: How to Use Zoom by Sarena Deglin

Date:
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Hockessin Library Zoom Meeting
Library:
Hockessin Public Library
Audience:
  Adults  
Categories:
  History and Genealogy  
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