March 28, 2005

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At a reception before her March 23 Women's History Month keynote lecture, economist and writer Julianne Malveaux talks with invited guests. Her lecture, entitled "Making Room for Sadie--A Diversity Metaphor," explored the life of Sadie T.M. Alexander, a renowned African American lawyer in Philadelphia who turned to law after societal prejudice prevented her from pursuing her chosen field of economics.

Malveaux makes room for Sadie in keynote

Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander did things differently. As a young black woman, she enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania at a time when young black women simply did not enroll at the University of Pennsylvania.

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