Black Women's Beauty: A History of Respectability Politics
When:
Sunday, Aug 21 2022, 7:00pm - 8:30pm CDT. copy to my calendar, iCal export
Where:
Event LinkOnline (Greater San Antonio Area, TX)

Join us for "Black Women's Beauty: A History of Respectability Politics," an online conversation. In this virtual presentation we will take a look at how standards of beauty in America (which are predominately Eurocentric, often from a male perspective) have affected the self-image, earning potential and social status of Black women in this country.
In this online discussion we will explore the topics of:
Body PoliticsBlack HairMedia BiasSigns of Black women resistingAnd so much more
This online experience will be facilitated by Tironé Tennessee, The Miss Black Lone Star International Ambassador. The Ambassador exists to give a once in a lifetime opportunity for black women globally to serve as ambassadors of change and to encourage, empower and enlighten, communities, states, and nations.