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Reviving the Legacy of Annie Malone with Linda M. Nance and Linda F. Jones

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Join the Officers of the Annie Malone Historical Society for a discussion about the legacy that has been the driving force in our Black hair and beauty culture today. The purpose of the Annie Malone Historical Society is to give proper recognition to a pillar of history.  To share the story of extraordinary vision, dedication, commitment and success that was the life of Annie M.Turnbo Pope Malone.  To place the accomplishments of this African American icon in one body of evidence that is easily accessible to the public.

 

Linda M.Nance is the President of the Annie Malone Historical Society and earned a Bachelor Degree in Psychology and a Bachelor Degree in Sociology from Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri. She holds an Associate in Applied Science Degree (emphases in Human Services/Corrections) from St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley also in St. Louis, Missouri.  A 2009 graduate of the FOCUS St. Louis Leadership program, Linda has also completed the Community Arts Training and the TIGER Fellowship programs sponsored by the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission. 

 

Linda F. Jones is the Vice-President of the Annie Malone Historical Society and is a gifted educator, historian, writer, and lecturer.  She received her Master of Business Administration from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Calumet College. She is a historian with an insatiable interest in researching the history of African Americans, her own family history, and in particular, the history of Annie Turnbo Pope Malone.   

http://anniemalonehistoricalsociety.org

 

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