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Beverly Tipton Hammond: Black Women and the Legacies of Africa

April 4 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Beverly Tipton Hammond:  Black Women and the Legacies of Africa
We explore the rich connections between African American and African culture expressed women’s empowerment through music, cuisine, architecture, fine arts, religion, and the struggle for racial equality.  How has fashion empowered women to mobilize for racial justice?

Beverly Tipton Hammond is a painter and collage artist. Most recently her “Hattitude Series” was featured at the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum & Gallery.

BLACK ARTISTRY EXPLAINS AMERICAN HISTORY
Tuesdays April 4, 18, 25; May 2 at 12:30 to 2 (No Class on April 11)
A LIVE series meeting in the Roseville Library Community Program Room.
2180 Hamline Ave. N.
This is a Tuesday Scholar series. 
Pre-registration requested

     Art can deepen our understanding of our shared narrative and anchor our knowledge of ourselves. Join distinguished historian James Stewart and four African-American artists as they interpret American history through images of the Black experience. Black history is American history.

These are LIVE programs to be held at the Roseville Library Community Program Room.  You are requested to register in advance for the series on our website or by calling the Library at 651-724-6001.  (Press 3) 
This series is co-sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of Minnesota with financial support from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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Roseville Library Community Program Room
2180 Hamline Ave. N.
Roseville, MN 55113 United States
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651-724-6001
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