Film & Lecture Series: “Portraits of Black Women in Missouri”
“Portraits of Black Women in Missouri,” by Carole Elaine Shelton is an online Zoom event on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m.
This program offers first and third person portrayals of Black women in Missouri; creating biographical sketches which illustrates the impact of enslavement and pending freedom upon their lives.
Carole Shelton is a retired educator from the St. Louis City Schools. Carole is also a storyteller who tells a wide variety of stories from around the world with a hint of music to inspire. She also researches and creates historical stories about Black women all over the country.