Dr. Shabazz was an advocate for women’s issues particularly, the health of women. This evening will not only discuss what is healthy living but guest will dine on healthy cuisine and view the Freedom’s Sisters exhibit. The national exhibition features 20 African American women, whose stories of courage, commitment and struggle in the name of freedom helped shape the spirit and substance of civil rights in America. Dr. Betty Shabazz is one of the women featured in this exhibit.
The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center and
The National Association of Women for the Arts will host a Women’s History Program in honor of Dr. Betty Shabazz.
The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center, 3940 Broadway @ 165th Street – Dr. Betty Shabazz Way
Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Leading Women in Health, Education and Business discuss the importance of healthy living for Women
Moderator: Ms. Cheryl Wills, NY1 News
Hazel N. Dukes, President, NAACP New York State Conference
Norma Jean Darden, Owner, Spoonbread Restaurant
Marci McCall, Emblem Health
Princess Jenkins, Entrepreneur, The Brownstone Boutique
A, C or # 1 Trains to 168th Street [The Shabazz is located bet 164th & 165th Streets on Broadway]
The Shabazz Center, Mark Harding 212 568 1341