Throughout history, African American women have tapped hidden sources of strength and inspiration to conquer impossible odds. They have persevered through dangerous times. They have nurtured families, loved knowledge, and pursued dreams as various and different as the women who dreamed them. Along the way, they have forged new identities, fought for human rights, and made history.
Join Emmy-award winning journalist, historian, entrepreneur and best-selling author of eleven books, Dr. Janus Adams for a discussion of Sister Days, 365 uplifting meditations on courage, daring, and resistance that bring us valuable reminders of how real women in real times created a better way of life for themselves and a better world for others.