Panel Discussion on Eleanor Roosevelt
Authors Patricia Bell-Scott and Emily Wilson discussed the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. They spoke at the 2017 Southern Festival of Books.
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Barbara Chadwick Director Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee->Philanthropy
Patricia Bell Scott Professor Emerita University of Georgia->Institute for Women's Studies
Emily Wilson Author
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