Take the FAMILY to see the Freedom Sisters Exhibit

Sac Hub’s
Exclusive e-blast ad 11.11.08

through January 4, 2009 – FREE ADMISSION

Library, 815 I Street, Downtown Sacramento

Tues-Thurs 10-8 pm, Thurs-10-6 pm, Fri-10-5 pm and Sun 12-5

See the "FREEDOM SISTERS EXHIBIT" at Central Library in Downtown Sac

Sisters Exhibit in the Capitol City." It is not to be missed!

Education is KEY to succeeding in today’s world! We must all learn to
know about what others achieved for us to succeed! So Sacculturalhub.com &
THE HUB Magazine are encouraging you to take a special field trip with
your children, relatives, co-workers, associates and friends to see the Freedom
Sisters Exhibit.  Please take your families to see the exhibit. It’s FREE and it is so important for US to expose our children to this type of positive
environment and some of the most significant and profound time periods
in history that have been achieved by these extraordinary African American women.

"My favorite is
‘Harriet Tubman’, as I,
Pleshette, would
have  loved to play the role of Harriet Tubman back in the day
– sneaking and leading our Black Folks away through the Underground Railroad passage!"

The Central Library is open: Tues-Thurs 10-8 pm, Thurs-10-6 pm, Fri-10-5 pm and Sun 12-5
. The Freedom Sister’s Exhibit is located in the front lobby atrium of the Central library, 815 I Street in Downtown Sacramento.

Get involved and participate in several exciting programs, whose themes reflect the moving spirit of the Freedom’s Sisters Exhibition, through January 4, at the Central Library, 828 I Street, Sacramento, will be presented at the following library branches. The exhibition brings to life the stories of 20 African American women, from key 19th-century historical figures to contemporary leaders, who have fought for equality for all Americans. For details of the Freedom’s Sisters exhibition and the following programs, please
call (916) 264-2920 or visit www.saclibrary.org

exciting programs in honor of the Freedom Sisters Exhibit

– When Do I Stand Up for What I Believe. Create a full-size, paper, self-portrait that conveys your goals and dreams. Your portrait can then be decorated with collage, fabric, or other materials. 

Thurs-11/20 at 4 pm – Belle Cooledge Library, 5600 South Land Park Drive, Sacramento

Tues-12/2 at 4 pm – North Natomas Library, 2500 New Market Drive , Sacramento 

Sat-12/6 at 2 pm – Arcade Library, 2443 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento  

Wed-12/17 at 4 pm – South Natomas Library, 2901 Truxel Road , Sacramento

– Sandy Martin: Freedom’s Sisters: Women of Wisdom, Hope, and Courage. Poet and author Sandy Martin incorporates original poems in a tribute to the twenty featured Freedom’s Sisters highlighting the unique contribution of each woman. 

Tues-12/2 at 6:30 pm – Orangevale Library, 8820 Greenback Lane , Suite L, Orangevale 

Tues-12/16 at 6 pm – Elk Grove Library, 8900 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk

– Angela James: My Mama Told Me. My Mama Told Me. The program celebrates the Freedom’s Sisters with spoken word and music featuring stories, handed down by generations, about the Civil Rights movement. 

Sat-11/22 at 2 pm – Del Paso Heights Library, 920 Grand Ave, Sacramento

Wed-12/10 at 4 pm – North Natomas Library, 2500 New Market Drive, Sacramento

Angela James: The Right to Be. A celebration program featuring narrative, dance, and poetry honoring the achievements of the Freedom’s Sisters. 

Thurs-12/4 at 4 pm – South Natomas Library, 2901 Truxel Rd, Sacramento

– Mary Kelly: A Salute to Freedom’s Sisters. Kelly creates
historical portraits with a unique oral and visual style bringing to life selected Freedom’s Sisters, including Harriet Tubman, Fannie Mae Hamer, and Coretta Scott King. 

Thurs-11/13 at 4 pm – Southgate Library, 6132 66th Avenue, Sacramento

Thurs-11/13 at 6:30 pm – Sylvan Oaks Library, 6700 Auburn Blvd., Citrus Heights

Wed-11/19 at 4 pm – Rancho Cordova Library, 9845 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento

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