Global Women Who Used Their Superpowers to Lead, Protest, and Reform Our World

  • Friday, March 8, 2019 • 12:00 pm
  • Goldfarb Hall, Room 132, Goldfarb Hall

Dr. Linda H. Collins will join us for Women’s History Month on International Women’s Day to give a presentation focused on Missouri women who challenged the gender inequity status quo such as Virginia Minor (suffragette) and Frankie Freeman (civil rights lawyer). Pizza provided with RSVP by March 6.

Dr. Linda Gail Housch Collins is currently an Associate Professor of History at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley. She grew up in Atlanta during the Civil Rights era and interacted with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his wife Coretta King, and her church pastor, Rev. Joseph Lowery. Her graduate school instructors taught her about the struggles of women globally to achieve justice and equality. Dr. Collins evolved as an educator committed to social justice and for more than three decades has encouraged students to embrace a commitment to social justice, equality, and improvement of their corner of the world.

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