Women4Change State of Women in Indiana

10 AM Saturday, Oct. 13

Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Tickets/Registration

Leading breakout session on sexual assault/#metoo

 

Women Studies Presents: Black (Women) Power

7 PM Thursday, Oct. 18
Frostburg State UniversityFrostburg, MD

Details (Should you care to fly to Frostburg)

Frostburg State University’s Women’s Studies Program will host writer Tamara Winfrey-Harris in a presentation on black (women) power on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. in FSU’s Lane University Center room 111.

Modern black women are using their power in surprising ways. Indeed it was three black women who founded Black Lives Matter, taking a central role in a new civil rights movement. This presentation looks at ways black women are harnessing their power to make societal change.

Christian Theological Seminary Alumni Day 

Noon Wednesday, Oct. 24
Christian Theological Seminary
1000 West 42nd Street

Tickets/Registration

Keynote speech

PAST EVENTS

2018

 A MOUTH IS ALWAYS MUZZLED
March 30th

Walker Theatre Grand Casino Ballroom
617 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis IN 46202
6 PM- 10 PM Friday March 30

Join us for a book signing and chat about global activism through art with Natalie & Tamara from 6 – 7 PM, before Allison takes the stage from 7 – 10 PM

More: http://thewalkertheatre.org
View Event Flier or press release for the book

2018 MEET THE ARTISTS CELEBRATION
January 30 – April 1
Center for Black Literature & Culture ~ Indianapolis Central Library – Downtown Indianapolis
Gala Reception
5:30 – 10 PM Saturday, February 10

One of Indianapolis’ premier cultural events will showcase the accomplishments of 11 prominent African-American artists when The Indianapolis Public Library’s Meet the Artists exhibit celebrates its 30th anniversary with works on display. Tamara will be one of the featured authors at the gala reception, where she will sell and sign copies of The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America.

More: http://www.indypl.org/arts/mta/2018/

BLACK HOOSIERS: UNTOLD TALES
A moderated discussion and an evening of several
theatre performances, monologues, and conversation.
Saturday, February 24, 2018
at Lilly Theater at Conner Prairie  Fishers, IN

BOOK EVENT: THE BURDEN: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE ENDURING IMPACT OF SLAVERY
Friday, February 23, 2018 6:30 PM
Center for Black Literature & Culture
Indianapolis Central Library, Downtown Indianapolis IN

BOOK EVENT: THE BURDEN: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE ENDURING IMPACT OF SLAVERY
Saturday, February 3, 2018 3:00 PM
Hosted by ARISE DETROIT
Spiral Collective, 4201 Cass Avenue, Detroit MI

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP ONLINE SUMMIT: LEADING CHANGE AT WORK AND BEYOND
 September 20 – 27th, 2018

2017

SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
at Indianapolis Museum of Art
The Toby, 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN

Friday, June 9

Don’t Sleep Storyteller Series
Muleah Solange Books,
Indianapolis, IN

Thursday, June 8
Souls of Black Folks III: The Sisters are Alright
Painted Bride Art Center
Philadelphia, PA

Saturday, March 11
Turn The Page Book Club Anniversary Event
Richmond, VA

2016

Saturday, January 16
Noon
“Launching New Dimensions of Service & Celebrating 108 Years of Sisterhood,” Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Metropolitan Detroit and Ann Arbor chapters Joint Founders’ Day Luncheon
Detroit Marriott Hotel Renaissance Ballroom
Detroit, MI

Wednesday, March 2
7 PM
Purdue University
Stewart Center, Room 302
West Lafayette, IN

Saturday, April 2
7 PM
Ohio Wesleyan
Delaware, MI

Thursday, April 7
6:30 PM
38th African American Heritage Festival
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

Saturday, April 23
Noon
National Leadership & Diversity Conference
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ

Wednesday, September 28
Noon and 6 PM
Princeton University
Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
Princeton, NJ

Tuesday, October 11
5 PM
University of Wisconsin
Women’s Center
Oshkosh, WI

2015

Saturday, July 11
CreativExchange
9 AM – 4 PM
Studio B
613 N. East St., Indianapolis

Monday, July 13
To Kill a Mockingbird Read-a-thon
6 – 6 PM (reading goes on all day)
Barnes & Noble
Stony Creek Marketplace
17090 Mercantile Blvd., Noblesville, IN

Saturday, July 18
Indiana Black Expo
2 PM – 4 PM
Author and Artists Cafe
Indiana Convention Center
100 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis.

Saturday, July 25
Book Reading and Signing
noon to 2 PM
Indy Reads Books
911 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis

Tuesday, July 28
Writers LIVE series: Reading and Signing (Hear Audio)
6:30 PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library – Edgar Allen Poe Room
400 Cathedral St.; Baltimore

Wednesday, July 29
Author Talk
6:30 PM
Busboys & Poets
14th & V, 2021 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC

Sunday, August 9
#theexchange
11 AM to 3 PM
Exittheapple Art Space
2334 Guilford Ave; Baltimore

Monday, August 10
Reading and Discussion
6 PM
Art Sanctuary
628 S. 16th St.; Philadelphia

Tuesday, August 11
Reading and Discussion
7 PM
Big Blue Marble Bookstore
551 Carpenter Lane; Philadelphia

Wednesday, August 12
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
Bluestockings
172 Allen Street; New York

Wednesday, August 19
Book Reading and Signing
7:30 PM
Women and Children First
5233 N Clark St; Chicago (North)

Saturday, August 22
Ousamare Book Club (Private Event – Skype)
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
Charis Books and More
1189 Euclid Ave NE; Atlanta

Friday, August 28
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
Hammonds House
503 Peeples St SW; Atlanta

Tuesday, September 8
Book Lovers Book Club (Private Event – Gary, Ind.)

Thursday, September 17
Book Reading and Signing
5 PM
Castleton Village Shopping Center
6697 E 82nd St.; Indianapolis

Saturday, September 19
Illiana Bas Bleu Book Club (Private Event – Gary, Ind.)

Sunday, September 20
The Sisters Are Alright Book Club (Private Event – Detroit)

Saturday, October 10
Book Reading and Signing
2 PM
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th St.; Chicago (South)

Friday, December 4
Presentation: “Mad Women, Rump Shakers and Bad Mamas”
6:30 PM
Ohio University, Schoonover Center 145

For literary, television, radio, or other representation, contact Tamara Winfrey-Harris directly.
Tamara is available to speak about race and gender and their intersection with pop culture, politics and current events. Customize a lecture or workshop, or bring in one of her existing presentations.