African American Women in Times of War
African-American Women in Times of War
Dr. Christolyn Williams
Classroom Building, Room 100
12:00 noon – 1:30 pm
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION 2018
AFRICAN AMERICANS IN TIMES OF WAR
Westchester Community College
Is thrilled to host a conversation with US Military Veterans
Dr. J-Gayle Gaymon, Vietnam Era Veteran and Command Sgt. Maj. Charlotte Trotter
In response to the BHM theme for 2018, AFRICAN AMERICANS IN TIMES OF WAR this presentation will focus on the history of African American involvement in times of war, specifically looking at the role of women in service. This theme will continue in March, in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Professor Christolyn Williams Humanities (History Department), and The Joseph and Sophia Abeles Endowed Chair for Global Literature; The Black Student Union (BSU); in association with the BHM Committee 2018. Special thanks to the office of County Commissioner Ron Tocci, which has been instrumental in connecting the following guests with the event sponsors. Conversations with the Veteran Women and Luncheon will be part of the event for February 26.
- Dr. J-Gayle Gaymon, Vietnam Era Veteran
- Command Sgt. Maj. Charlotte Trotter is Assistant Director of Westchester Veterans Agency