About this Event
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21251
Celebrating the Contributions of African-American Women to the World of Letters, Morgan State University and the MSU Foundation invite you to the Seventh Annual Ruthe T. Sheffey Lecture in African-American Female Studies.
Join Rev. Dr. Lora Hargrove at the University Student Center Theater for an engaging lecture on:
"It Is Well with My Soul: Black Women, Culture and Sprituality"
Scholar, vocalist and navigational coach, Dr. Hargrove is the founder and CEO of Bokassi Ventures, LLC. Dr. Hargrove is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and comes from a long line of servant leaders. Her father, the late Judge John R. Hargrove Sr., was the first black federal prosecutor in Baltimore and first black Deputy U.S. Attorney. Her mother, Shirley H. Hargrove, was a teacher and guidance counselor. Dr. Hargrove now serves as Interim Pastor at Rockville’s Mount Calvary Baptist Church.
Thursday, March 30, 2023 at 11:00 a.m.
Faculty, students and classes from Morgan and other universities and the larger community are invited to join this annual event celebrating African-American women to close out Women's History Month. Faculty are encouraged to require student reports on this importand lecture.
The lecture will be live-streamed.
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