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Race-girl: How an Artist Tackled a Touchy Subject, and How It Tackled Her
 
Thursday, February 20
UC Theatre
5:30 Reception, 6:00pm lecture

Ayo Damali

damali ago, the celebrated author, artist, and storyteller, explores race relations from her unique perspective as a visual artist and author. She reflects on how racism has shaped her community, the larger national conversation, and her own health and artistic voice.

Ms. aye's presentation is part of a community-wide series of lectures throughout Memphis in conjunction with the Pink Palace's exhibit: RACE: Are We So different, and is being co-sponsored by the African and African-American Studies Program, the Center for Research on Women and University Public Service Funding. 

 

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Women's History Month 2014

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