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Race and Change: Women’s Stories

Event Date:

March 4 @ 2:00 pm

Venue:

Ormond Beach Regional Library
30 S. Beach St.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Organizer:

Kristen Bennett
386-676-4191
kbennett@volusia.org

Program Description:

This enlightening presentation uses video, radio programs, literary readings, and oral histories on race relations featuring the unique perspectives of nativeborn and immigrant women in the U.S. who are currently living in Florida – White and Black, Jewish and Muslim, Hispanics/Latinos, Caribbeans, West African, and Chinese. Dr. Oliver looks at how women deal with race, ethnicity, and gender in their everyday lives in a program that builds bridges in organizations and communities and inspires youth.

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