A’Lelia’s Speeches & Public Appearances

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Events, Speeches & Appearances


February 8 or 9 Columbia College Women (virtual)

February 15 Center for Africana Studies and Culture/IUPUI (Indianapolis)

March 1 Morven Museum & Garden www.morven.org (Princeton, NJ)


February 3, 2022 Guaranteed Rate Employees Black History Month (Virtual)

February 6, 2022 Colorado House Museum Book Club
12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. MST/2:30 p.m. EST
Discussion about On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker
Center for Colorado Women’s History

February 7, 2022 Boys Latin School of Maryland
Virtual: https://www.boyslatinmd.com/

February 7, 2022 PPS Career & Technical Education
Pittsburgh Cosmetology Classes at Perry HS and Westinghouse HS
Virtual: https://www.pghschools.org/Page/5134

February 9 “Your First Duty Is to Humanity” – Annual Derrick Bell Lecture (in person), University of Oregon Law School
5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

February 17 Xandr Employees Black History Month
Villa Lewaro Virtual Tour
Virtual: www.xandr.com

March 21 “To Empower Women: Madam Walker’s Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy and Activism” 
The Women’s Club of Richmond (in person)
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

March 23 Association of Fundraising Professionals of New Jersey
Virtual: https://community.afpglobal.org/afpnewjerseychapter/home
12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.

April 4 CUNY Women Writing Women’s Lives
Virtual https://womenwritingwomenslives.org
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET

April 5, 2022 Preservation League of New York State Pillar Award
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
New York (Rainbow Room)

April 10 Kurt Vonnegut Museum Dedication (in person) – Indianapolis

May 5 Daughters of the Movement (on Clubhouse)
8 p.m.

October 5 Center for Africana Studies and Culture/IUPUI Indianapolis)

November 17  Washington History Center Panel discussing Margaret Burnham’s By Hands Now Known (virtual)

December 14 Society of Cosmetic Chemist Madam Walker Scholarship Ceremony (Los Angeles)



May 13 South Coast Almanac’s Walking Book Club (New Bedford, MA/virtual)

May 20 National Archives Program for Young Learners (virtual)

May 20 Kurt Vonnegut Museum Graduation Party (Indianapolis/virtual)

May 25 Woodlawn Conservancy – Woodlawn Suite Premier of Victor Goines’s “Cicely Tyson” (The Bronx/virtual)

May 26 “Black Wall Street” – National Archives (Washington, DC/virtual)

May 31 BBC America “Black Wall Street”

June 3 Leadership Indianapolis Book Club (virtual)

June 11 National Coalition of 100 Black Women SF/Bay Area Chapter Annual Madam Walker Luncheon

June 12 Indianapolis Professional Association Graduation (virtual)

June 16 “Juneteenth: Emancipation, Civil Rights and Citizenship” EQ Office

June 17 “Juneteenth: Emancipation, Civil Rights and Citizenship” Capital Group

June 18 “Juneteenth” conversation with former Secretary of Transportation Rodney Slater (Squire Patton Boggs)

June 22 Conversation with Karen Gray Houston (Author Daughter of the Boycott) – Nina McLemore Chevy Chase

June 23 “A’Lelia Walker’s Harlem Renaissance Salon” (virtual) – Frick Collection and Wilderstein Plattner Institute (New York)

June 24 Leadership Indianapolis Lunchtime Conversation

June 24 SRP Unerased IG Live conversation with MaSheva King

July 13  Indianapolis Public Library Black Women’s Writing Society (Indianapolis/virtual)

July 26 Center for Business Innovation/Black Tech Week (Virtual)

August 25 PUBLIQuartet Reflections of Beauty Charles Wright Museum/Detroit (virtual)

September 9  Harvard Black Advancement –  Critical Race Theory: Facing America’s True History

September 14  Indianapolis Public Library – “Madam Walker’s Gospel of Giving” Tyrone McKinley Freeman Lecture (virtual)

September 18 ASALH/Association for the Study of African American Life and History (virtual) – “Black History and Black Families” Plenary

September 23 “Madam C. J. Walker’s Library and A’Lelia Walker’s Dark Tower” (virtual) Grolier Club (New York/virtual)

October 2 .March on Washington Film Festival (virtual) – How to Be a Citizen Journalist

October 7 – Indiana Living Legends Indiana Historical Society (in person)  Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis 

October 14 Indianapolis Propylaeum Marilyn K.  Glick Women’s Enrichment Series: “Historic Neighborhoods of Indianapolis” (Indianapolis)

October 15  Hurston Wright Awards

October 22 Student Mock Press Conference – Hampton University School of Journalism and Communications (virtual)

October 23 Fourth Anniversary of the Center for Black Literature and Culture – Indianapolis Public Library

November 4 Smithsonian National Museum of American History (Details to come)

November 8 Oliver W. Hill Book Club discussion: On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker – Richmond Public Law Library (Richmond, VA/virtual)

November 11 Commonwealth Chapter of The Links, Inc. (virtual) (Richmond, VA)

November 15 Interviewing Kate Clinton Larson (Author of Walk with Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer) – National History Center (virtual)

November 16 The Past and the Future of Indiana Avenue – ReThink Coalition (in person)

November 17 Indiana Library Federation Annual Conference (Indianapolis/in person)

November 18 Madam Walker’s Marketing Genius – American University Kogod School of Business

November 18 Digital Encyclopedia of Indianapolis Launch – Indianapolis Public Library (Virtual)

December 15 Society of Cosmetics Chemists – Madam Walker Awards Breakfast – Sheraton Times Square, New York

December 17  WOC in Fundraising and Philanthropy – Virtual Tea Party




January 28 Madam Walker Legacy CenterVisit Indy “State of Tourism” (Indianapolis)

February 9 Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church (Austin)

February 12 Virginia League of Women Voters Suffrage Centennial (Richmond)

February 18 Hillwood Estate Museum (Washington, DC)

February 21 Garfield Heights Black History Month (Ohio)

February 24 St. Joseph County Public Library (South Bend, IN)

February 27 Indiana Historical Society Suffrage Centennial (Indianapolis)

March 20: Self Made Watch Party/Twitter chat hosted by A’Lelia Bundles and Harriette Cole

March 21: Black Films Live/IG chat

March 22: Sundial Brands Live/IG chat

March 27: Shadow and Act Facebook Live with A’Lelia Bundles (Virtual)

March 28: Huffington Post/IG Live A’Lelia Bundles with Phil Lewis (Virtual)

March 31: KMWU A’Lelia Bundles with Sarah Fenske

April 3: KSRO A’Lelia Bundles

April 7: TV One Sister Circle Live with Tamar Braxton (IG Live)

April 10: A’Lelia Bundles Talks about her Madam Walker Biography and the Netflix Series (IG Live)

April 11: A’Lelia Bundles Talks about her Madam Walker Biography and the Netflix Series (Facebook Live)

April 12: Gist of Freedom A’Lelia Bundles with Shellie Gaines

April 13: Trends A’Lelia Bundles with Keith Harley (You Tube)

April 13: WVON A’Lelia Bundles with Samantha Thomas (starts at about 45:00)

April 16: GWU School of Media and Public Affairs A’Lelia Bundles with Frank Sesno

April 16: National Archives and Beyond A’Lelia Bundles with Bernice Bennett

April 18: Sistah’s Place Podcast A’Lelia Bundles with Letrise Carter

April 20: Inkslingers Podcast A’Lelia Bundles with Cynthia Rodriguez

April 21: Columbia at Home A’Lelia Bundles with Prof. Farah Jasmine Griffin (Virtual)

April 23: Missouri Historical Society Hollywood vs History 

April 24: Sheen Magazine A’Lelia Bundles with Torah Speach (IG Live)

April 27 Dr. Sean Show on Fox Soul (Virtual: Log on to Fox Soul)

May 5 National Archives at Home at 5 pm ET (Virtual: Register at archivesfoundation.org)

May 13: OWWDW with Live Finesse at 7 pm ET (Virtual: Register at LiveFinesse)

May 14: Indiana Historical Society at 5:30 pm ET (Virtual: www.indianahistory.org)





February 19: Univ. of Central Florida Africana Studies Dr. John T. Washington Lecture (Orlando)

February 23: Virginia Black History Month Association (Tysons Corner, VA)

April 11: Voorhees College Founders Day Convocation (Denmark, SC)

May 16: Harlem Eats Luminary Awards/Red Rooster (Harlem)

May 28: National Archives Conversation with Henry Louis Gates about Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy and the Rise of Jim Crow (Washington, DC)

June 13: American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity (Indianapolis)

June 22: Austin African American Book Festival (Austin, TX)

July 16: National Beauty Culturists League Fraternity Centennial Dinner (Herndon, VA)

July 19: National Beauty Culturist League Graduation (Herndon, VA)

July 25: The Cottagers Martha’s Vineyard

August 2: Gen-Fed “Genealogical Gems: Finding Family History” (Arlington, VA)

October 25: Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Colloquium (Bloomington, IN)

November 15: Indiana Council for Social Studies (Indianapolis, IN)


January 10: National Archives – Interview with African American Folktales authors Henry Louis Gates & Maria Tatar (Washington, DC)

January 28: From Harlem to Havana – Santiago de Cuba on board Le Ponant (Cuba)

February 1: VisitIndy-Bill McGowan Leadership Award (Indianapolis)

February 3: National Museum of African American History and Culture Book Signing (Washington, DC)

February 10: Columbia Alumni Association’s “She Opened the Door” Women’s Conference (New York, NY)

February 22: Book Signing & Talk – All about Madam C. J. Walker Indianapolis Public Library (Indianapolis)

February 23: Book Signing with Rochelle Riley – The Burden: African Americans & the Enduring Impact of Slavery Indpls Public Library (Indianapolis)

March 15: “Women’s Suffrage and the Vote: Funding Feminism” (video link) at the National Archives (Washington, DC)

March 19: “The Emancipation Proclamation and the End of Slavery” (video link) at the National Archives (Washington, DC)

March 27: “Black Dynasties and the Struggle for Racial Equality” at NYU’s Arthur Carter Journalism Institute (New York)

April 6: San Francisco/Bay Area National Coalition of 100 Black Women/Madam Walker Empowerment Luncheon (San Francisco)

April 13: (Cambridge, MA)

April 14: The Pierians (Baltimore, MD)

April 19: “Money Smart Week” Keynote (Indianapolis)

May 12: IUPUI Commencement Address (Indianapolis)

July 1: Conversation with author and historian Nell Painter at Politics and Prose (Washington, DC)

July 13: Madam C. J. Walker at the March on Washington Film Festival (Washington, DC)

Highlights from 2018 MoWFF Video

July 27: “Arkansas Roots: From Helena and Pine Bluff to the Mosaic Templars and Madam C. J. Walker” at Philander Smith College (Little Rock, AR)

July 28: “Votes for Women Suffrage Centennial” Old State House (Little Rock, AR)

August 25: “Faded Photographs, Cherished Artifacts and Amazing Ancestors” at the Federation of Genealogical Societies (Ft. Wayne, IN)

September 20: Constitution Day at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers (New Brunswick, NJ)

Video of Constitution Day Speech

September 25: The Rosenwald Legacy at the Woman’s National Democratic Club (Washington, DC)

September 27: “Telling Women’s Stories”Women Creating Change (Columbia University)

October 4:  A’Lelia MC’s ASALH Annual Convention Luncheon (Indianapolis)

October 4: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Madam C. J. Walker and Her Legacy (ASALH Panelist) (Indianapolis)

November 6: Oasis Lecture #239: Madam C. J. Walker (Entrepreneur, Philanthropist & Arts Patron) Bethesda, MD


February 4: Northeasterners (Washington, DC)

February 9: Friendship Heights Center Black History Month (Chevy Chase, MD)

February 23: Annual Black History Month Event: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana (Indianapolis)

March 15: Middle Tennessee State University Women’s History Month (Murfreesboro, TN)

May 26: Radcliffe Day — Radcliffe Medal Tribute to Gwen Ifill and Video (Cambridge, MA)

July 21: Agnes & Dora Bloom Conference (Sandy, UT)

July 23: Women’s Annual Tea (Chevy Chase, MD)

August 5-6: Madam C. J. Walker Beauty Culture at Delta Sigma Theta Convention (Las Vegas, NV)

August 10: Columbia University Celebrates Harlem Week (New York, NY)

September 26: National Association of Social Workers Conference (Indianapolis, IN)

October 8: Columbia Alumni Leaders Weekend Climate Response Panel Moderator (New York, NY)

October 18: Agnes & Dora Bloom Convention (Philadelphia, PA)

October 20: OLLI – Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (Washington, DC)

October 24: Agnes & Dora Bloom Convention (Las Vegas, NV)

October 25: Wednesday Morning Group (Bethesda, MD)

November 8: March on Washington Film Festival Conversation with Dr. Joyce Ladner (Washington, DC)


January 16: Oxon Hill Chapter American Business Women’s Association (Oxon Hill, MD)

February 4: A Conversation with Filmmaker Aviva Kempner (National Archives/Washington, DC)

February 8: Professor Samuel Freedman’s Class at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism (New York, NY)

February 9: A Conversation with Columbia Dean Alondra Nelson (National Archives/Washington, DC)

February 18:  Black Lives Matter: Past, Present and Future (Cal State University, Fullerton, CA)

February 20: MC at 90th annual ASALH Black History Luncheon (Renaissance Hotel/Washington, DC)

March 19: Philadelphia National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s 30th Annual Madam Walker Luncheon (Philadelphia)

March 22: Contemporary Club of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN)

April 7: Chabot Community College (Hayward, CA)

April 8: Bay Area National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s Annual Madam Walker Luncheon (San Francisco)

May 15: Wilson College Commencement (Chambersburg, PA)

May 20: Maret School (Washington, DC)

June 21: Harlem Link Charter School Graduation (New York, NY)

October 1: Sister-to-Sister Annual Tea (Chevy Chase, MD)

October 9: The Shuffle Along Generation at Woodlawn Cemetery (The Bronx)

October 11: History & Heritage: The Family Collage (The Gantt Center/Charlotte, NC)

October 15: Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay (Madam Walker Theatre Center/Indianapolis, IN)

October 17: National Archives Foundation Signers Circle (National Archives/Washington, DC)

October 19: Black Power and Black Lives Matter (National Archives/Washington, DC)  YouTube Livestream on 10/19

October 27: Albany Community Action Partnership Dinner (Albany, NY)

November 4: Black Girl Nerds Podcast (Tune in at 6:30 p.m. ET)

November 19: Jack and Jill Mt Vernon Chapter 50th Anniversary (Springfield, VA)


January 20: Between the Lines Interview with Vintage Black Glamour author Nichelle Gainer (Schomburg Center/New York) VIDEO LINK

February 10: “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture”/Black History Month (Defense Logistics Agency/Philadelphia)

February 11: “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture”/Black History Month (U. S. Government Accountability Office/Washington, DC)

February 12: USPS Robert Robinson Taylor Black Heritage Stamp First Day of Issue Ceremony (National Postal Museum/Washington, DC)

February 13: Denver Links/Hallett Fundamental Academy (Skype)

February 19: “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture”/Black History Month/FDIC (Washington, DC)

February 20: “Giving Back: The Soul of Philanthropy Reframed and Exhibited” (Johnson C. Smith University/Charlotte, NC)

February 24: Rosenwald Schools Lunchtime Talk with Filmmaker Aviva Kempner (Library of Congress/Washington, DC)

February 28: ASALH Centennial Celebration Luncheon (Wardman Marriott/Washington, DC)

March 29: Toledo-Lucas County Public Library (McMaster Center-Main Library/Toledo, OH)

April 11: Metropolitan Links Young Black Writers Awards Ceremony (Washington, DC)

April 14: A Conversation with Miss Jessie’s co-founder Miko Branch (Barnes & Noble/New York)

May 20: Leadership: A Conversation with Congressman John Lewis (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency/Washington, DC)

June 17: Hurston/Wright Foundation’s Juneteenth Celebration (Eatonville Restaurant/Washington, DC)

July 1: A Conversation with Author Pamela Newkirk about Newkirk’s new book, Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga (Busboys & Poets /Washington, DC)

July 11: Idlewild Music Fest  Women’s Empowerment Luncheon (Idlewild, MI)

July 16: March on Washington Film Festival Authors & Scholars Panel (National Archives/Wasington, DC)

August 26: Women’s Equality Day (Redstone Arsenal/Huntsville, AL)

September 25: HistoryMakers Back to School (Wilson SHS/Washington, DC)

October 16: American Business Women’s Association National Convention (Albuquerque, NM)

October 24: DC Author Festival (MLK Library/Washington, DC)

November 6: Madam Walker/Frederick Douglass Lecture  “A Legacy, A Life and a Landmark” (Jewel Center/Indianapolis, IN)

December 2: Professor Shatima Jones’s NYU Class: (De)Tangling the Business of Black Women’s Hair (New York)

December 12: Metropolitan DC Links Annual Christmas Luncheon MC (Columbia Country Club/Chevy Chase, MD)


January 7: Zora Neale Hurston Birthday MLKing Library/Washington, DC

February 9: Just Good Friends Book Club/Rockville, MD

February 15: Duke Ellington’s “Queenie Pie”/Chicago Opera House/Chicago, IL

Febuary 16: Duke Ellington’s “Queenie Pie” Panel Discussion/Newberry Library/Chicago, IL

February 19: Wayne County Community College/Detroit, MI

February 21: Holland Knight/Washington, DC

February 22: ASALH Black History Month Luncheon/Marriott Wardman Park/Washington, DC VIDEO LINK

Feburary 27: Sonya Clark’s Hair Craft Project/Richmond, VA

February 28: Cleary Gottlieb/Washington, DC

March 1: HoosierHistoryLive! Radio Show/Tune in on line at 12 p.m.

March 13: Oakland/Bay Area NCBW Madam Walker Luncheon/San Francisco

March 20: “Fighting for Their Country, Fighting for Their Rights:  Black Soldiers and World War I”/Woodrow Wilson House/Wash, DC

March 21: Mather Residences/Chicago, IL (Skype)

March 26: “Harlem’s Joy Goddess“/NYPL Schomburg Center/New York

April 17: “Behind Downton Abbey’s Jack Ross: Jazz, Romance and Harlem High Society”/Winterthur/Winterthur, DE

May 18: Las Vegas National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s Tenth Anniversary Luncheon/Las Vegas

Sept 20: “On Books and Writing” at the Harvard/Radcliffe 40th Reunion/Cambridge, MA

Sept 23: Walker’s Legacy Honoring Admiral Michelle Howard/Washington, DC

Sept 23: DC Fashion Week at the National Archives/Washington, DC

Sept 24: Congressional Black Caucus Screening of “Breath of Freedom”/Washington, DC

Oct 1: Phyllis Wheatley YWCA/Washington, DC

October 21: Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women/Indianapolis, IN


January 1: “Emancipation Proclamation Sesquicentennial”  National Archives/Washington, DC  (A’Lelia’s Remarks)VG APB at Podium (Daniel Azal-USPS)

January 23:  “duPont Awards Investigate Reporting Panel”  Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism/New York, NY

February 7: Small Business Administration Town Hall/Washington, DC

February 8:  “Black History Month Family Night”  Zion Baptist Church/ Washington, DC

February 18: “Emancipation/March on Washington”/Northern Virginia Comm College/Alexandria, VA

February 21: Columbia University Black Alumni Council  Heritage Award Columbia Club/New York, NY

February 23: “Descendants of the Struggle” Panel W.E.B. DuBois Conference Clark Atlanta University/Washington, DC

March 2: Jackie Robinson Foundation Annual Scholars ‘ Mentoring and Leadership Conference Grand Hyatt/New York, NY

May 4: Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail Spring Symposium/Portsmouth, NH

May 18:  “The Challenge and the Call: Writing African American Biography” Panel at BIO-Compleat Biographer Conference Roosevelt Hotel/New York, NY

June 8: Washington Independent Review of Books Biography Panel/Washington, DC

July 6: Smithsonian Folklife Festival: The Will to Adorn/Washington, DC

July 28: Jeffrey Slavin Tea/Chevy Chase, MD

August 2: At the Well/Princeton, NJ

August 14: National Guard Readiness Center/Alexandria, VA

October 3: Morgan State Global School of Communications/Baltimore, MD

October 30: Nationa Preservation Conference/Indianapolis, IN

October 30: Madam Walker Theater Center Booksigning/Alexander Hotel/Indianapolis, IN

November 9: Colonial Williamsburg

November 23: Being Human Now Radio Interview

December 7: Indiana Historical Society Author Fair/Indianapolis, IN


January 13-14: Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry 2012 Launch/Wilmington, DE

January 14: CNN Black in America Panel “The New Promised Land: Silicon Valley” with Navarrow Wright/Alexandria, VA

January 20: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism duPont Awards Winners Circle Panel/New York, NY

February 7: FERC Black History Month Speech/Washington, DC

    VIDEO of A’Lelia’s FERC Speech begins at 12:00 

February 9: General Services Administration Black History Month/Crystal Plaza and Fairfax, VA

February 16: Department of the Treasury’s Black History Month Speech/Washington, DC

February 21: NTSB Black History Month Speech/Washington, DC

February 26: Woodlawn Cemetery Black History Month/Bronx, NY

March 23: Oakland/Bay Area National Coalition of 100 Black Women Luncheon/San Francisco, CA

March 29: Long Island University/Africana Studies Program & Voices of the Rainbow Series/Brooklyn, NY

April 10: University of Mary Washington/Fredericksburg, VA “Great Lives” Lecture Series (Click to hear WRIR radio interview)

April 20: Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Centennial/New York

A’Lelia at Columbia Journalism Centennial

May: “100 Years of Women in Journalism” Video (Columbia J-School Centennial)

June 10: National History Day/University of Maryland in College Park, MD

A’Lelia at National History Day

June 11: AARP Penn Branch Chapter 30th Anniversary Luncheon in Wash, DC

 July 4: National Archives Fourth of July Celebration Keynote/Wash, DC  (Also Archives Blog)

Sept 29: ASALH Saturday Luncheon Keynote/Pittsburgh, PA

October 9: “Balancing Act”  Women as Change Agents at Howard University/Washington, DC

Dec 19: Carter G. Woodson Birthday Lecture National Park Service & ASALH/Washington, DC

Dec 31: Emancipation Proclamation Watch Night/National Archives/Washington, DC


January 27: Walker’s Legacy (DC Commission for Women)
A’Lelia, Natalie Cofield and Clara Villarosa

February 4: Department of Labor (A Conversation with Secretary Hilda L. Solis)

February 5: Fort Valley State University (Davison Lecture Series)

February 20: A’Lelia MC’d the 84th annual ASALH Luncheon in Washington, DC

February 23: Videoconference with Latvian women entrepreneurs at the U. S. Embassy in Riga, Latvia

February 25: Ft. Meade, Maryland Black History Month Luncheon

March 1: IUPUI Women’s History Month Lecture
Click here for IUPUI TV interview with A’Lelia (start at 1:35)

March 3: Northern Virginia Community College/Alexandria, VA

March 17: Health and Human Services/HRSA/Rockville, MD

March 18: Bennett College for Women/Greensboro, NC

March 19: National League of American Pen Women/Washington, DC

March 22: University of Maryland/College Park, MDMarch 23: Montgomery Public Library

March 24: National Women’s History Project 30th Anniversary/NEA/Washington, DC

March 30: University of North Texas/Denton, TX

April 19: Eatonville Restaurant’s Food & Folklore Series/Washington, DC
A’Lelia discussed A’Lelia Walker’s 1920s Dark Tower with members of Maurice Hines’s
“Sophisticated Ladies” cast

April 26: Flint Public Library’s “Daughters of Destiny”–A’Lelia, Michelle Duster and Nettie Washington Douglass discussed their famous ancesters: The Flint Journal

May 3: Deborah Hardnett’s Wealthy Sistas Blog Radio interview with A’Lelia


March 20: San Francisco Bay Area National Coalition of 100 Black Women

May 27: N Street Village Luncheon

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