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Sheila Arnold as Daisy Bates, Civil Rights Activist and Arkansas NAACP President
Daisy Bates was the backbone of the "Little Rock Nine.” In this moving historical representation, Sheila Arnold tells the story of the woman determined to help integrate the Little Rock, Arkansas schools as well as overcome the severe opposition she, and the students, were subjected to on a daily basis. Daisy talks about her life before becoming NAACP president, atrocities she has seen committed, her relationship with Thurgood Marshall, and the infamous academic year, 1957-1958, when Central High School in Little Rock was to be integrated and the Federal Troops were called in by President Eisenhower. You will not forget meeting this strong, determined woman once you hear her stories.

Apr 13, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Sheila Arnold
Teaching Artist @History's Alive!
Sheila Arnold (www.mssheila.org) has been performing since she was 8 years old. She currently lives in Hampton, VA and presents Storytelling Programs, Historic Character Presentations, Christian Monologues, Professional Development for Educators and Inspirational/Motivational Speaking for schools, churches and organizations throughout the United States. She is a Mt. Vernon Research Fellow focusing on her historic character presentation of Ona 'Oney' Judge Staines, personal maidservant to Martha Washington. A full-time performer since 2003, she travels--now Zooms--to more than 150 venues a year. She is sought after by museums and exhibition designers to turn historical documentation into stories that can be animated or dramatized. Most recently she worked with Northern Lights, Inc. on the James Madison’s Montpelier Mansion African-American exhibit film, “Fate in the Balance," which won won the 2018 AAM Muse Silver Award for Multimedia.