Susan Burton has broken her own cycle of incarceration and now provides shelter and support for recently released inmates through the A New Way of Life Reentry Project, a non-profit organization that helps women re-establish their lives after prison. To learn more about the project or to donate, please visit the website: wigs.ly/TMKqTr #watchwigs
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Photo from #PBHT Spring Symposium 2014: Susan Burton, our Keynote Speaker,is on the left and JerriAnne Boggis, The Director of The Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail is on the right. 5.3.14 Photo by RHD
On July 29, 1895 Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin, founder of the New Era Women's Club of Boston, organized the first National Conference of Colored Women. Two years later the National Association of Colored Women was formed with Mary Church Terrell as its first president and Ruffin as editor of its newspaper. Click through for the text of Ruffin's welcome speech at the 1895 event. #TodayInBlackHistory