Texas Talks Women Crossed: Resistance and the Fight for Rights in Black and Brown

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, April 19, 2022 7pm–8pm CT

Guest Speakers
Dr. María Esther Hammack and Dr. Leah LaGrone
Moderator
Dr. Katherine Bynum
Location
Zoom (online)
Description

Dr. María Esther Hammack, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Leah LaGrone, Assistant Professor of History at Weber State University, will highlight the practices of women's resistance, and how their courage shaped Texas history and the history of the borderlands. With additional context from moderator Dr. Katherine Bynum Chávez of Arizona State University, this event will focus on these women and their stories and why their collective legacies matter today.

How to Register

If you are already registered, we will send you the Zoom link in an email the day of the event.

Registration for this event depends on your membership status. Are you a current, TSHA Member?

Yes, I am Member

Registration is FREE for all TSHA Members!

If you already have a MyTSHA account linked to your membership, please login to register for this event.

If you do not have a MyTSHA account linked to your membership, please create an account using your TSHA membership email.

Or if you prefer, you may contact our membership coordinator at [email protected] to register for this event.

No, I am not a Member

Please consider joining TSHA today to gain access to this event and more. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of Texas History, and our continued success depends on people like you.

Don't want to join? Please fill out the following form to register for this event.

If you need assistance with your MyTSHA membership login, registration, or joining TSHA, please contact our membership coordinator at [email protected]

Non-member Registration ($5)

Registration is free for TSHA members, please login to continue, or become a TSHA member today.

Instructions: Select the quantity below and complete the registration form that appears. On the day of the event, about 12 hours before it begins, you will receive a Zoom link at the email you provided during registration.

The Texas Almanac is your premier source for all things Texan since 1857.

photo of texas almanac

Released every two years, the Texas Almanac is your go-to book for maps and data on all 254 Texas counties. Get your copy today .


You can browse our collection of books and more at our official store, Legacy of Texas.

legacy of texas logo

We are often limited to only one item for our collectibles and preowned books, so if you are interested in any of the following items then you should act now before it's too late.