'Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II' is a documentary film about the inspiring stories of an untold generation of African-American war heroes.
The month of March is recognized as National Women's History Month in the U.S. But women of color are often overlooked when it comes to America's "Greatest Generation"--the generation of men and women who made important contributions during World War II. UMES 30 host Dr. Joshua K. Wright has a conversation with educator and historian Gregory S. Cooke, the producer of a documentary film called 'Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II". (ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 4/21/2019)
ByDelaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs•Jan 17, 2014
DOVER, Del. -- During the month of March, the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs will be offering 15 special programs at the state of Delaware's six museums. Ten of these programs will be presented in celebration of National Women's History Month.
Highlights include A Woman's World, a series of programs that explore the daily responsibilities of 18th-century women and the domestic skills that they were expected to possess. A Women's World programs will take place at the John Dickenson Plantation in Dover.