When: Fri., Jan. 17, 12-1 p.m. 2020
Public Historian Dr. Alice Taylor-Colbert presents an exploration of the lives of Cherokee women from the time before Europeans arrived in the Americas to the twenty-first century. Using Cherokee myths, visual images, and artifacts crafted by the hands of Cherokee women, historian Alice Taylor-Colbert will weave a story of some of the most powerful women who have walked our earth. Their bravery, tenacity, adaptability, and resilience will provide lessons for all of us in preserving both our heritage and our spirits. Free and open to the public!