Susie King Taylor

For Black History Month, my wife, Médine Moussounga Keener, recorded the following presentation. Médine’s PhD dissertation, written at University of Paris 7 in the 1990s, was on African-American women after Reconstruction. One of the figures on whom she wrote was the first African-American army nurse, during the U. S. Civil War, Susie King Taylor. In this 7-minute clip, Médine shares lessons we can learn from the perseverance and faithfulness of Susie King Taylor.

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