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COB graduate Dr. Jennifer Bethel '96 '01, sponsored by The Bahamas Historical Society, presents a salute to these early revolutionaries during the 50th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage in The Bahamas. Dr. Bethel's research explores their multiple roles and the impact of these women on Bahamian society. Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 6:00pm in The Bahama Historical Society Museum, corner of Shirley St. and Elizabeth Ave.

1/26/2012
When: Thursday, January 26, 2012
6:00pm
Where: The Bahamas Historical Society Museum
Shirley St. & Elizabeth Ave.
Nassau
Bahamas
Contact: 322-4231

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COB graduate Dr. Jennifer Bethel '96 '01, sponsored by The Bahamas Historical Society, presents a salute to these early revolutionaries during the 50th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage in The Bahamas.

Dr. Bethel's research explores the multiple roles of female slaves and their impact on Bahamian society.  Dr. Bethel discusses their conditions based on race and gender, the jobs and responsibilities they were given on the plantations and their involvement as part of the resistance against slavery.

Dr. Bethel received her Associate and Bachelor of Education degrees from The College of The Bahamas.  She has also earned an MPA from Nova Southeastern university and PhD from Barry University where she is currently working as a Graduate Professor.

The lecture is Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 6:00pm in The Bahama Historical Society Museum, corner of Shirley St. and Elizabeth Ave.

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