Living Portraits of African American Women
The Denver Section of the National Council of Negro Women and the Blair-Caldwell African-American Research Library honor the outstanding contributions of African-American Women. During the Living Portraits events we also take the time to put the spotlight on the talents of our youth by showcasing their many talents during the program.
I want to be remembered as someone who used herself and anything she could touch to work for justice and freedom…
I want to be remembered as one who tried.
– Dorothy Height
2018 Living Portraits
The “Living Portraits of African-American Women” program honors women and youth who have made outstanding contributions in various disciplines.
This annual program, coordinated by the National Council of Negro Women – Denver Section in partnership with the Denver Public Library and Blair Caldwell African American Research Library, is held in celebration of International Women’s Month.
The Living Portraits of African-American Women awards program will be presented on Saturday, March 24, 2018, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Denver Public Library located at 10 W. 14th Avenue, Level B2 Conference Center.
There is no charge to attend this event; however, an RSVP to DenverSectionNCNW@gmail.com attending is appreciated.
Rosalind "Bee" Harris
Denver Urban Spectrum
2018 Living Portraits Program Moderator
Dr. Sharon R. Brown Bailey
Dr. Claudette Sweet
Trailblazer: Living Portraits Organizer
CO State Senator Angela Williams