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Her Dream Deferred 2019: A Week on the Status of Black Women


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http://aapf.org/hdd-2019

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We are thrilled to announce the fifth annual 
Her Dream Deferred: A Week on the Status of Black Women 
taking place in Los Angeles & virtually from March 24-29, 2019

Since 2015, AAPF and other leading racial & gender justice
organizations have joined together to honor Women's History
Month and the United Nation’s International Decade for People
of African Descent with a weeklong series of March events focused
on elevating the crisis facing Black womenand other women
of color domestically and across the globe. 

Follow us all week long with:

#HerDreamDeferred and #SayHerName


Her Dream Deferred 2019 is made possible through generous partnerships with the Hammer MuseumUCLA Department of African American Studies and the Institute for Women's Policy Research.


Black Feminist Homegoing: What Aretha Means to Me
Followed by screening of "Amazing Grace" & Talk Back
(Discussions, Performance, Film Screening)

Sunday, March 24, 3PM | UCLA
Sponsored by UCLA African American Studies


Aretha's Amazing Grace: From Watts to Detroit

(Panels, Reception)
Monday, March 25, 10AM-5PM | UCLA
Sponsored by UCLA African American Studies
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Black Women and the #MeToo Movement (Panel)

Tuesday, March 26, 7:30PM | Hammer Museum*
Co-sponsored by Hammer Museum
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Harriet's Political Will: Black Women's Electoral Strength
in an Era of Fractured Politics (Panel, Performance)

Wednesday, March 27, 7:30PM | Hammer Museum*
Co-sponsored by Hammer Museum
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Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland
 (Film Screening)

Thursday, March 28, 5PM | Hammer Museum*
Co-sponsored by Hammer Museum
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#SayHerName: The Lives that Should've Been (Original Play)

Thursday, March 28, 7:30PM | Hammer Museum*
Co-sponsored by Hammer Museum
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Work Supports to Reduce Maternal Mortality (Webinar)

Friday, March 29, 12PM PST | Virtual
In partnership with the Institute for Women's Policy Research


*Please note that admission to all Hammer Museum events
are first come first served.