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Karima Amin leads a Sunday Insights tour in We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 on March 4, 2018. Photograph by Erica Huffnagle.

Sunday Insights: Karima Amin on We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85

Sunday, March 4, 2018 ● 2 pm

FREE with museum admission 
FREE for Members
1905 Building, North Galleries

On select Sundays during We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85, the Albright-Knox will host conversations inspired by the exhibition led by local women of color, including artists, activists, educators, and more. This Sunday's talk will feature educator Karima Amin. Learn More and View Full Schedule

About the Speaker

Karima Amin is a storyteller, educator, and author from Buffalo, New York, who shares tales in her repertoire throughout the U.S. and Canada and beyond with story lovers of all ages. With 24 years teaching in the Buffalo Public Schools, and nearly four decades of storytelling, she provides performances, workshops, keynotes, and author visits to promote literacy, increase cultural awareness, enliven staff development, and improve human relations. She is known for creating programs that are tailor-made to suit the needs of her audiences. Her voice is very familiar in a community where she shared fables on local radio (WBLK-FM) for a decade. She shares stories to remind us that we are important players in a world that is ever changing. She is a co-founder of the following: Spin-A-Story Tellers of Western New York (1984), Tradition Keepers: Black Storytellers of Western New York (1995), and the storytelling drummers Daughters of Creative Sound (2004). She is the founder/director of Prisoners Are People Too, Inc. (2004).

Program Sponsors

Support for educational components of We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 has been provided by a grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. 

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