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Where Are All the Women? (Re)Discovering the Lost Voices of Black Women Religious Leaders of Douglass's City

When: Sat., Feb. 15, 2 p.m. 2020
Phone: 428-8300
The scholarship on Rochester's African American religious history tends to begin and end with male leaders like Frederick Douglass and the historic Black Churches they frequented. Often bypassed is the important influence Rochester’s African American Faith and its Women had on Race, Gender, Class, and Grassroots Religio-Racial Movements on the Margins. The focus of this discussion is the erasure of Black Religious Women and their influence on Rochester's religious, cultural, racial, and social terrain.

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