Michelle Duster has worked for over 30 years in various mediums to highlight the positive contributions of women and African Americans to the United States. She has written articles and books, worked on monuments, markers, murals, films, concerts, and film festivals -- all to tell stories that have frequently been omitted, skewed or marginalized. She is determined to help current and future generations be exposed to and inspired by more inclusive and truthful representation.
Get to know Michelle in Generations of Activism: What One Woman Can Do Access Health News, March 16, 2021
Michelle's remarks are at minute 23
April 12, 2022 Interview with Kibin Allyne about importance of Emmetti Till Antilynching Act and work Michelle has been involved in to remember lynching victims and Ida B. Wells
Michelle's remarks are at minute 32