Exploring Cultural & Natural Resources That Illustrate African American History
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics (discussion and book signing)
The power women in this image were at The King Center on Tuesday October 9. The four engaged in a discussion with retired news-anchor and radio personality, Monica Pearson, about their career and book entitled, “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics”
A quote from Sean Combs: When I launched the ‘Vote or Die’ campaign, I knew I needed to have the Colored Girls’ advice and knowledge…”
I am currently working my way through the pages of my signed copy. So far, one of the more intriguing stories is that of a young Donna Brazile’s role in helping Coretta Scott King establish the King Holiday in 1983. Guess who questioned why Mrs. King would recruit a young, inexperienced professional to be involved with such an important cause? According to Brazile, Eleanor Holmes Norton did. But in the end Brazile and Norton grew to respect each other. Brazile even helped with Norton’s campaign efforts.