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Celebrating Women’s History Month… Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


 

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Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind… TLB ©

“Conversations Of A Sistah” kicks off “Women’s History Month” with our special guest tonight, Dr. Ethelene Whitmire (pictured above), Associate Professor with the Department of Afro-American Studies of Gender & Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison – School of Library & Information Studies.

A former Librarian at Yale University, Dr. Whitmire received her B.A. and Master’s of Library Service from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and her PhD from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Her new biography, Regina Anderson Andrews, Harlem Renaissance Librarian was recently awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Publishing Citation from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.

Join me tonight at 6:30 pm on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio as I discuss with Dr. Whitmire her great contribution to the history of African American women in this twenty first century.

Follow this “LINK” to access the show!

In the meantime sound off here and we’ll see you on the air!!!

 

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112 thoughts on “Celebrating Women’s History Month… Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Morning….I see all the fellaz trippin over the beauty of this Nubian guest.
    Anywho…I got work to do. Bye.

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      1. Hey people….Tonight is all about EMPIRE though. But 1st there’s the Conversations with a Sistah of course 🙂

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      2. Olivijah
        Bobby
        Flo
        Nicole
        BBallen
        2Thick
        Mrs.
        Starr
        Yasha
        Harlem
        Felicia
        Sane
        Daisy
        Adam
        Cameo
        Apple
        Corp
        Kee
        Jamilla
        Anthony
        Tamala
        and Civil……………who! I think I got everybody….Ha y’all.

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      3. Awesome Conversations and it was the song that made the ending interview a bit tearful 😦 I can relate Coco…..

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      4. YO!
        Y’ALL HEARD HER RIGHT? SHE SAID ROSA PARKS WASN’T THE 1ST BUS BOYCOTT. THE 1ST BOYCOTT WAS A SISTAH IN AL. SHE GOT ME WANTING TO LOOK THAT UP.. THAT’S WHY WE GOTTA GO BEYOND THE BOOKS WHEN IT COMES TO OUR HISTORY N RESEARCH DEEPER SHIT FOR OURSELVES. I LIKE DR. WHITMIRE…SHE WAS SPITTIN TRUFF

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  2. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”… TLB ©

    That’s awesome Tracy I like that 🙂

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    1. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”… TLB ©

      That’s awesome Tracy I like that
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      COSIGN!!!!!!!!

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      1. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”… TLB ©

        That’s awesome Tracy I like that
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        Tra and her skills 😛 gotta LOVE LOVE lover her!!!

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      2. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”… TLB ©
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        Awesome statement!

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      3. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”…—–> If God made anything better than a woman I don’t know about it!

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      4. “Wonderful, willfully, beautifully wise, when God made man He had woman in mind”

        Powerful Tra…real powerful!

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  3. “Dr. Ethelene Whitmire….Associate Professor with the Department of Afro-American Studies of Gender & Women’s Studies”

    Wonder what’s the extent of AA studies. she looks like she represent OUR culture well. Looking 4ward to hearing her.

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  4. My question for Dr. Whitmire is…….what made her want to study and/or research Regina Anderson Andrews?

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  5. Uma need for her to us…..about her position as an associate professor of African American studies of Gender and woman studies? WTF that mean?

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  6. This chick is BAD!!!!!
    Y’all heard her There’s a lot of history that hasn’t been told? She was the TRUTH!!!

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    1. Did y’all hear what Tra said “her mother knew her mother” their moms knew each other.
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      And that’s relevant why/how?

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  7. Beautiful, Intelligent black sista. I enjoyed hearing her. show was off the chain. she was like a wind-up doll that couldn’t stop. loved her.

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  8. That show tonight…………….WAS OFF THE HOOK!!!! Had no idea AA women played such an important part in history or activism. She was the perfect guest.

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  9. Dr. Whitmire. What an inspiration…… a positive inspiration to women everywhere. she is definitely someone to follow.

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  10. She’s an inspiration. The conversation was interesting. I learned a lot. she spoke with so much passion.

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  11. It’s freaking Friday Trace can we get a new post or nah?
    Or is this now your show blog only O_o just asking.

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