2017 by Antoinette Ellis-Williams

Who is Antoinette Ellis-WIlliams?

Dr. Antoinette Ellis- Williams is a scholar, minister, mother, wife, activist, poet and artist.  Antoinette Ellis-Williams is a  professor of Women's and Gender Studies at New Jersey City University.

Dr. Ellis-Williams applies her research of topics such as urban politics, health care, social justice and race her daily life.  She works daily to enrich and empower the people of her community and the world.  Read more

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Book Alert: Black Gardenias: A Collection of Poems, Stories, & Sayings From a Woman's Heart

Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams'  debut publication "Black Gardenias” is a collection of poetry, short stories and sayings dedicated to women from many different areas of life and their struggles against and triumphant over various forms of oppression, including but not limited to sexism, racism and classism. Through Dr. Ellis-Williams' use of intense emotion, language and imagery her work is relatable to a wide audience; men and women, old and young.

Open Line: The 2nd Hour with Bob Pinkett and Bob Slade.

On March 8, 2015, Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Bob Pinkett, Bob Slade,  Dr. Muhammed and Larr...

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"A Window to My Soul" Exhibition

03/28/20

Opening Reception

POSTPONED

Time: 6:00pm -9:00pm

Akwabba Gallery

509 S. Orange Ave.

Newark NJ

Art in the Atrium

03/20/20

Opening Reception

Time: 6pm- 9pm

Morris’s County Admin. & Records Bldg.

10 Court St

Morristown, NJ. 07960

Resistant Women: Art, Empowerment and Activism

03/20/20

Artist

POSTPONED:Art Opening: March 13, 6PM - 10PM

Artist Talk: March 20, 6PM - 8PM 

Exhibition runs from March 13 - 27

 

“Who She Is?” Exhibition, Opening Reception

03/08/20

Artist

March 8, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

The Gallery Above Art Studios, New Brunswick, NJ

Go online register https://www.aboveartstudios.com/product/who-is-she-exhibition.  Use code SHE for discount. 

Pillar College- Black History Program

02/27/20

Speaker

Time: 5:30pm

Black History Program

Pillar College,

60 Park Pl #701, Newark, NJ 07102

Seton Hall- Black History Program

02/27/20

Keynote Speaker

Time: 12:00pm

Place: Seton Hall University

"The Struggle Continues"- Panel Discussion

02/22/20

Earl A. Morgan Library- Jersey City

Time: 2:00-4:00pm

Earl A. Morgan Library

1841 JFK Blvd, Jersey City, NJ

Civil Rights Exhibition

02/19/20

Artist

Time: 6:00pm

Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel,

432 Scotland Road

South Orange, NJ

Civil Rights Exhibition

03/01/20

Artist Talk

Time: 2pm-4pm

Artist Talk

Civil Rights Exhibition

Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel

432 Scotland Road

South Orange, NJ

From This Fertile Soil: Ancestors and Icons (2/2-29/2020)

02/02/20