02-08-2018 Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Nat'l Association of Colored Women Clubs


Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: Nat'l Assn. of Colored Women Clubs

February 8, 2018 12 PM to February 8, 2018 1PM

Old State House Museum

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Join us Feb. 8 at noon for a free Brown Bag Lunch Lecture! Latonya Wilson will present "An Acknowledgment, Awareness, and Appreciation of the National Association of Colored Women Clubs," a look into one of the nation's most pivotal African American organizations with a specific glance at the Arkansas Association of Colored Women's contributions over the past 120 years.

Bring your lunch; soft drinks and water are provided.

Latonya Wilson serves as a Program Assistant II at the Old State House Museum. She is a native of Arkansas, having spent her childhood in both Marianna and Little Rock. Prior to joining the staff at the Old State House Museum, Latonya pursued a PhD at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she researched comparative movements in modernity amongst African American and South African cultures. She is an alumna of Hendrix College, Wheaton College, and the Clinton School of Public Service with distinct interests in philanthropy, intercultural studies, and social justice. In her free time, Latonya enjoys following politics, traveling, spending time with her 5-year-old niece, and volunteering.

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