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KURC Presents: African American Women Abolitionists

KURC Presents: African American Women Abolitionists In-Person

Kennett Underground Railroad Presents: African American Women Abolitionists, a lecture by Michele Sullivan

About Michele Sullivan

1963-1968. BA., Sociology/Anthropology, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo

1969. Masters in Education & Masters in Counseling,

1970-1975. PhD, Counselor Education, St. Louis University

Michele Sullivan’s first employment post-PhD was at Harris Teachers College for the St. Louis Public School teachers. At the University of Virginia she directed the Women and Minority Programs and finally at the University of Delaware, she taught graduate and undergraduate courses part of which included Women’s and African American issues. 

Now retired she is a volunteer, among other things, on the Board of the

Kennett Underground Railroad Center, provides heritage tours and continues reading, writing, researching about her long-term interest in African American history. An article, “African American Abolitionists in Chester County, Pa: Stories Newly Discovered” published in January, the Pa History: Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, 2024.

Saturday, February 24, 2024
10:00am - 12:00pm
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Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Kennett Library
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