In Their Own Voices: Black Women’s Lives from the Archives Public Tour
Join us for a student-led tour of In Their Own Voices: Black Women's Lives from the Archives.
In Their Own Voices celebrates the power of defining oneself while highlighting the lifework and legacies of Black women whose papers are held in the Schlesinger Library. The featured collections—including those of the graphic designer Louise E. Jefferson, the civil and women’s rights activist Pauli Murray, and the educator Rebecca Primus—offer a rich array of photographs, letters, diaries, published works, and audiovisual materials, giving viewers an opportunity to listen to, view, and read about the experiences of Black women in their private and public lives.
Learn more about the exhibition on the exhibition web page.
Free and open to the public.