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Unveiling The Mothers Of Gynecology

Artist and activist Michelle Browder, founder of I Am More Than, a civil rights tour company and social enterprise for local youth, is bringing the country’s first Mothers of Gynecology Monument to Montgomery. The 15-foot tall monument will feature three of 11 enslaved African women: Anarcha, Lucy, and Betsey, who were experimented on without consent or anesthesia by Dr. J. Marion Sims in his office in Montgomery. Today, Sims is widely celebrated as the “Father” of Modern Gynecology and every woman in the world has benefited from the Mothers’s sacrifice.

The Mothers Bus Tour featuring New Civil Rights Sanctuaries

at the More Up Campus - 17 Mildred Street - Pick up at 4:15 pm

From Enslavement to Present

Tour Montgomery’s hidden gems from Alabama Docks to the Slave Auction Block

The Negro Hospital founded by J. Marion Sims

The Westcott Plantation located on the Historic Selma To Montgomery Trail ending the day at the present day Westcottville Community

Reserve your seat!

Live Art, Real History, and Good Food

at The King's Canvas - 1413 Oak Street

In Partnership with The Kings Canvas located in Westcottsville where Anarcha was enslaved for over 3 1/2 years

Experience the history from enslavement to the Selma to Montgomery March

Located just blocks from the More Up Campus

Meet local artists

Sat., Sep. 25, 2021, 4:30PM – 6:30PM

More Information on Website: www.anarchalucybetsey.org/

17 Mildred Street, Montgomery, AL

Category: History, Civil Rights

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