Join American Experience for a discussion on Black women excelling in traditionally white spaces, with guests from "Voice of Freedom" on March 17th at 4pm.
About this Event
Inspired by their new film Voice of Freedom, American Experience presents a virtual discussion around the excellence and power of Black women as they navigate and conquer traditionally white spaces and industries. The conversation will examine the life and accomplishments of acclaimed singer Marian Anderson, who would rise above the racism she experienced at every stage of her career to be known as ‘the voice of a century,’ and extend to the challenges still facing female Black artists and performers today.
Featured guests include:
The discussion will be moderated by Jessica Marie Johnson, assistant professor of history at Johns Hopkins University.
The event will be streamed live on American Experience’s YouTube and Facebook pages.
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