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More then a Color: The Marginalization of African Beauty Through History

Karen Anderson will speak about the women of color in 1760 French America who figured out how to legally free themselves and how women such as Sarah Breedlove changed the way women of African descent saw themselves. Anderson will also reflect on a recent development: Our society has started to see women of color as beautiful. Anderson will illuminate history filled with women of color who refused to view themselves through social limitation. She hopes to inspire others to decide for themselves what beauty is.

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