G St 423: Black Women's Enterprise & Activism
Sarah Isom Ctr for Women&Gender Studies
This class broadens offerings in U.S., African-American, and gender history by exploring the narrative of entrepreneurial black women and their political and social activism from the antebellum period through the 1990s.
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