In her series Hidden Women', storyteller/performer/actor,living historian Tammy Denease, brings to life fascinating women who have been 'hidden' in history yet were prominent in the United States and beyond.
From her research, Tammy Denease has developed performances and workshops appealing to her audiences.
These workshops and presentations engage her audience through a one woman show, storytelling, acting or folk tales that teach life lessons and are coupled with hands on activities that leave her audience educated and eager to learn more.
Take flight with Tammy Denease from the cotton fields of Texas to aviation history in Paris France with Bessie Coleman.
Live the life of Elizabeth Keckly, an enslaved woman, who was a talented dressmaker, struggling to purchase her freedom as well as her body to become confidante to the First Lady at Lincoln's White House.
Be denied the rite of passage into adulthood, as you experience the life of Sarah Margu one of four children on the Amistad. Experience hardship through the Middle Passage.
Share one minute of freedom with Elizabeth 'MumBet' Freeman.
Was it Reparations or Welfare for Belinda Royall?