Jacquelyn Bond-Shropshire, MA, MBA
Educator/Activist/Motivational Speaker speaks on the Civil Rights journey that resulted in her image being immortalized in an iconic photo currently on display at the Smithsonian and Library of Congress.
Bond- Shrophire reflects on the struggles endured and surmounted in an effort to earn access to all rights and privileges, extended to ALL OTHER AMERICANS.
The freedom fighter has dedicated her life to the pursuit of actual- life, liberty the pursuit of happiness and JUSTICE FOR ALL. However, the civil and human rights issues that persist presently, are the reasons Bond-Shropshire was compelled to “re-enlist”.
“….There’s too much work to be done”
– Jacquelyn Bond-Shropshire, MA, MBA
April 4, 2014 5:30-9:30 p.m.
702 8th St. NW Washington, DC