Register for the FREE event here.
The panel will be moderated by Cassandra Webb from the Louisville Urban League, Inc. Participants include:
– State Representative Attica Scott – District 41
– Gwen Young, In-House Counsel, Muhammad Ali Center
– Janene Shakir, Peace Education Program
Immerse yourself in the powerful stories of courageous women fighting for a better future for grandchildren everywhere. You’ll leave amazed and inspired!
The exhibit features photo essays about activist grandmothers in Canada, Swaziland, South Africa, Senegal, India, Argentina, the Philippines and Thailand plus indigenous grandmothers from around the world—all of whom are creating a better future for their grandchildren.
Like Muhammad Ali inspired the world, we all have Grandmothers and “Grandothers” in our lives who’ve inspired us. It is time to hear their stories.
Exhibit included in general admission.
Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon was developed by the Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM), in cooperation with Genesis, Inc.
An audio tour accompanies the exhibit and is available here.