SeeBlackWomxn Collective Launches Five-Part Event Series with de Young museum, San Francisco

SeeBlackWomxn Collective Launches Five-Part Event Series with de Young museum, San Francisco
There’s Megan Thee Stallion, winner of best hip-hop video at the 2020 VMAs, on the cover of Bazaar. Do you know she’s completing her degree in health administration at TSU? There’s Michaela Cole, who started out with poetry slams, producing, directing and starring in I May Destroy You. Do you know she turned down $1m from Netflix when they refused to offer her intellectual property ownership for the show she created? There’s tax attorney Stacey Abrams, strategic master of voter participation. Do you know she’s written eight mystery/romance novels? Through June 2021, SeeBlackWomxn, programmed through Virtual Wednesdays by San Francisco’s de Young and Legion of Honor, aims to open your eyes to such fulsome capacity and capability.

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