Main Library
Saul Alexander Gallery 
Throughout March
This group quilt work exhibit pays homage to Women of the African Diaspora and their contributions to American society. With each stitch sewn and stroke of a paint brush, these works tell the story of their lives from “Ain’t I A Woman” Sojourner Truth, founding member of the NAACP; to Ida B. Wells; to presidential candidate and first African-American woman elected to Congress Shirley Chisholm; to silhouettist Kara Walker. The First Monday Gallery Night opening reception will be held March 5 from 6-7 p.m.