A collection of stories written and performed in the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey by the staff of The Women’s Center around how they have experienced racism. The monologues are presented in hopes of educating others about how racism continues to affect our world. The Women’s Center is committed to continuing the dialogue within their work, community and personal lives, with the hope of one day ending this oppression.
For more information please visit www.acwc.org or call Tamu King-Lewis at 609-601-9925 ext. 214