Preserving African American Women's History
In an event hosted by The HistoryMakers to mark its 20th anniversary, panelists discussed the importance of preserving African American women’s history.
People in this video
- Tomiko Brown-Nagin Dean Harvard University->Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
- Beverly Guy-Sheftall Director Spelman College->Women's Resources Center
Anita Hill Professor Brandeis University->Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Chirlane McCray Spouse Bill de Blasio Jr.
Pamela Newkirk Professor New York University->Journalism
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