Heroines are compelling, whether they are haloed or beheaded. They intrigue us, these women --- iconic, though not always angelic. We’ll examine women’s power through the profiles of women of power from many cultures. A wise person wrote, “We must add our light to the sum of lights.” See how we can do that, here and now, our way lit by heroines.
Marcy Heidish Dolan, a Village member, is the author of “Defiant Daughters” and three other books of nonfiction, plus numerous other books including “A Woman Called Moses: a novel about Harriet Tubman” that was made in a television movie starring Cicely Tyson.
She has held university professorships at Georgetown, The George Washington University, Fordham, and Howard University.
Salon will be Wednesday, Sept. 5 from 6-8 p.m. in the Columbia Residences, 2425 L Street NW. Buyers will receive a gift certificate via email with the complete address and host contact information.
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