Amanda Healy


The Monroe Women’s History Project is a collaborative public history project that aims to develop archival holdings, public programming, and educational resources on the history of women in Monroe. Inspired by the literary contributions of one of Monroe’s most famous residents, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, the widow of General George Armstrong Custer, whose public relations work […]

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Affecting Educational Outcomes One Program at a Time


In 2008-2009, I had the pleasure of working with InsideOut Literary Arts Project in Detroit to co-create a program called Living the Arts. Along with Nandi Comer and Dr. Lori Brooks, I worked to facilitate synergistic performance spaces where we explored the interconnections between music, poetry and performance in African American history and culture with […]

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