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Spelman College to host "Radical Sisters" lectures


Newswise — The Spelman College Women's Research and Resource Center has for nearly 30 years embraced its unique identity and pioneering role among historiclaly Black women's colleges firmly rooted in the liberal arts tradition. The Center is committed toe creating a global community of progressive women and men who envision a world free from injustice, exploitation, violence, poverty, waste, greed, illness and misogyny. The Toni Cade Bambara Radical Sisterhood Lectures series is a tribute to the scholar/activist/author who served as a writer in residence at Spelman College (1978-1979) and who refused to separate the struggle for civil rights from a commitment to women's struggle for freedom. The TCB Radical Sisterhood Lectures run through the beginning of November. For more information about the Women's Research and Resource Center, go to

The Toni Cade Bambara Radical Sisterhood Lectures, Fall 2009

“Making Peace a Passion”
Alice Lovelace
Cultural Activist and Poet
Associate Regional Director, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Friday, September 25 @ 3pm

Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) Women of Color Conference
Friday, October 9 & Saturday, October 10
Camille Hanks Cosby Academic Center (Location: TBD)

“Black Women’s Leadership in Environmental Justice”
Dr. Valerie Ann Johnson
Director of Africana Women’s Studies , Bennett College for Women
Friday, November 6 @ 3pm

Unless otherwise noted, events will be held in the WRRC Conference Room, Cosby
Center, 2nd Floor.

For more information, contact the WRRC @ (404) 270-5625

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