History in Action
An accomplished Performing Artist, Storyteller, Actor, and Playwright, Tammy Denease specializes in bringing to life the lives of very important, yet “hidden” women in history. Among her favorites are Bessie Coleman (first internationally licensed pilot in the world) and Elizabeth Keckly (former enslaved woman who worked at Lincoln’s White House), Margu (Amistad captive) and Elizabeth “MumBet” Freeman – one minute a free woman. Tammy performs at historical sites, libraries, schools, theaters, and corporate events. When Tammy is not bringing historical figures to life, she vividly tells folktales where she takes the audience into a world in which animals set the scene for life lessons!
LaChale Renee Photography
Successful seamstress, civil activist, and author in Washington, DC.
Early American civil aviator. She was the first African-American woman and the first Native-American to hold a pilot license.
First African to graduate from college.
We offer both virtual and onsite events, including workshops. Learn about the women of history and the important role they play. Schedule an event or contact us for more information.