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Ford, Jr. Hear from current women in leadership, as well as BHCC Alumni sharing their stories, experiences and insights. This will be a celebratory and inspirational event, highlighting the power of education and the impact of some of our current faculty, staff, administrators and even some alumni.
Woomin Kim as she discusses living and working as a Korean artist in the US, the women artists who have inspired her, and creating dynamic sculptures and installations made from found objects, fabric, glass, collected dust and other materials that are emblematic of our historical and contemporary existence.
Thursday, March 11 6 p. With a stage name derived from the Egyptian goddess of motherhood, Philadelphia native Mary Baxter creates autobiographical works that are both deeply personal and speak to a universal fight for freedom, justice and equality. Her personal experience of surviving trauma and overcoming obstacles, including being a ward of the state, incarceration and giving birth while in prison, have not only shaped her life in art, but given rise to a powerful voice advocating for deep healing in our communities.
Engage in this salon talk with educator, activist and literary performer Yvette Modestin, BHCC alumna Bianca Broxton, entrepreneur and Black and Women-business owner Barbara Lane as they explore the fascination with hair and beauty that has long been a cherished part of black culture. Be inspired by the lived experiences of women working on the frontlines of history to bring healing medical treatment and access to wellness to those in their communities of practice. Cheryl Scott, renowned for her work on the AIDS pandemic worldwide, will discuss pathways to medical and wellness careers for women.
Be inspired by Emergency Room attending physician Dr. Tamara Beckford about real life challenges she faced, her experience in medical school, and how she shaped these experiences into a successful telemedicine practice. Finally, author and wellness expert Katie Boyd will discuss her journey from training beauty queens, to reality television star, to building an intentional wellness community for women.
Her presentation will include a sound healing for women everywhere. Shirley S. Tang of UMass Boston during Fall After the presentation, there will be an interactive discussion with Dr. With a musical score drawn from the heart-felt spirituals and blues of the Deep South, the urban exuberance from the Jazz Age, and concert music by African American composers. The full recording of this production will not be aired during the artist talk.
It is recommended to watch this performance before the event. A question and answer period with the lead actor will conclude the program. Moderator: Associate Professor and Chairperson, Dr.Lady looking sex Bunker Hill
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