Black Women Leaders in Education Since the 1960s
Historians talked about black women pioneers in education since the 1960's and how these women transformed education for African Americans.
People in this video
Jennifer Ash Ph.D. Candidate University of Illinois at Chicago->History Department
- Treva Lindsey Assistant Professor Ohio State University->Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department
Camika Royal Assistant Professor Loyola University Maryland->Urban Education
Elizabeth Todd-Breland Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Chicago->History Department
- Berkshire Conference of Women HistoriansBerkshire Conference of Women Historians
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