:: Livestreaming update (3.10.2021) ::
For everyone who was unable to register on Eventbrite for this event, we will be livestreaming this event on our CWCIT YouTube channel, so please join us there: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiecF1IHkrn9H_u9ojCZDnA. (Due to the specific requirements of our university Zoom license, we are limited, unfortunately, to 500 registered participants and have reached capacity.)
Female religious life in the Roman Catholic Church is an overlooked battleground of the long African American struggle for freedom, justice, and human dignity. In this talk, Dr. Shannen Dee Williams charts the diverse struggles waged by African American Catholic women and girls to desegregate the nation's white sisterhoods from the earliest decades of the U.S. Church through America's civil rights and Black power years. She also explores some of the extraordinary lengths that many white congregational leaders and individual sisters went to evade desegregation and uphold white supremacy within their ranks.
If you registered on the Eventbrite site, the Zoom link, passcode, etc., will be e-mailed to you a couple of days before the event, so please watch your e-mail.
Tuesday, March 30 at 5:00pm to 6:30pmVirtual Event