Bowie State University Celebrates Women’s History Month with Tea Time and book chat - March 30

March 18, 2009 · Print This Article

Bowie State University’s First Lady,  LaVera L. Burnim, and the university community will celebrate Women’s History Month with a special Tea Time and book discussion featuring esteemed author Rosa Johnson Butler on March 30 at 3 p.m.
The author will read from a book she coauthored entitled Maya Angelou:  A Glorious Celebration and engage the university community and guests in a discussion about the subject of the book and the authors’ approach to writing it. 
The book is the latest biography on Maya Angelou, chock-full of photographs, snippets of Angelou’s own writings, and it traces her life at home, work and in the public.
The event costs $12 and a paperless ticket can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets, or call 301-860-4300.  The wearing of hats and gloves are optional.


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