Freetown Village Presents “The Madam Walker Story”
 
Friday, December 6, 2019, 11:00 AM 3:00 PM
Central Library, 40 East Saint Clair Street Indianapolis, IN
FREE PERFORMANCE
 
“Learn the story of Madam CJ Walker (1867 – 1919) – a philanthropist, entrepreneur and hair care industry pioneer – as told from a “different” point of view. Learn about her early life and the rich legacy she created in Indianapolis. This special one-character performance brings her vibrant story and history to life! She created a rich legacy for women, African-Americans and Indianapolis.”
 
Freetown Village: A Living Experience in Black History joins us live on Community Connection.
 
In Studio Guests:
Ophelia Wellington – Founder/Director of Freetown Village
Kimberly Jenelle – Director for the Christmas Presentation
 

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