Freedom School talks #BlackGirlMagic

Towson Freedom School member Dymond Hamlin (right) discusses an Audre Lorde reading with another member. The Freedom School met Thursday to share ideas about the importance of a black perspective in feminism and to dismantle stereotypes of black women. (Photo by: Sarah Rowan/TU Student)

About 30 Towson Freedom School members discussed the importance of including a black perspective in feminist dialogue at their weekly meeting in the Lecture Hall on October 6.

Titled “The Movement and #BlackGirlMagic,” it was the group’s third meeting of the semester. The focus of the meeting was to recognize different identities within feminist movements and to further dismantle stereotypes toward black women, especially at Towson University.

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