Black history performer to appear on Manor Club Zoom for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 18

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Manor Club.

Black history performer Tammy Denease will appear on a Manor Club Zoom Jan. 18.

The Manor Club will host Tammy Denease, a Black History performer, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18, at a 7:30pm Zoom program telling the story of Sarah Margu, the first African to graduate from college in America.

Ms. Denease was born in Columbus, Mississippi, where she spent countless hours with her great-grandmother and grandmother. Her great-grandmother was a former enslaved person and lived to be 125 and her grandmother lived to be 100. Both were known storytellers and passed this gift along to their granddaughter.

In her position of Museum Educator, she instructs children through stories of Colonial History, Health, Medicine, Slavery and Native American History. In addition, she is a historical tour guide for local Colonial-American homes. When she is not teaching she is a playwright, director and a diversity trainer for an International organization. Her website is www.hiddenwomen.org

To register for The Manor Club Zoom program on Jan. 18, send an email to [email protected]com and the zoom access codes will be sent to you by return email.