Images from the Fair at New Boston

Images from Mt. Vernon Chatauqua, George Washington and Phillis Wheatley
Images from the Ohio Statehouse
Images from Capital U
Images from Civil War Ohio
Aunt Hettie
Phillis at work for the Wheatleys
We’ve Known Rivers performs the Freedom Riders at the Ohio Statehouse. Sandra Quick, Anthony Gibbs and Annette Jefferson. February, 2012 and 2014

Ladies High Tea at the Black Creek Bistro, featuring Phillis Wheatley who has just returned from London promoting her new book, Poems on Various Subjects: Religious and Moral
Kelton House Museum and Gardens, February, 2012, Radio Conversation with 18th Century Poet Phillis Wheatley
Bessie Stringfield: "The Motorcycle Queen of Miami" 
Images from Griswold Center, Bessie Stringfield Performance
Commemorating the African American experience in American History
Sandra Quick, Founder / Principal.  MAEd, MAPC
The Art of Nigerian Women Opening Reception and Book Signing. The exhibit was hosted by Dr. Ben Bosah at the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus, OH Spring 2018.
                                    Fort Niagara, Niagara Falls, New York                                                    Enslaved Person's "Freedom Crossing" Fort Niagara, Niagara Falls, New York
Southwest Public Library Grove City, OH, Resident Writer's Corner
Phillis and George with Ken Hammontree in Ashland, OH
The Underground Railroad Heritage Museum is just steps from the Rainbow Bridge where Harriet Tubman and other Freedom Seekers crossed into freedom. Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada.
Canadian Inuit sharing her people's story of children being forcibly taken and “re-culturized” to annihilate her culture and language.
Ohio State University Homecoming Weekend 2017
2014 West High School Columbus OH (alma mater) Alumni book fair
Events and Performances
Saint Catherine's Ontario Canada of the church of Harriet Tubman and portrayal of the black Moses
Their Right to Vote : Stories of Struggle and Resilience 
OHIO Statehouse Columbus OH
The Underground Railroad Columbus OH City Tour,                                                                is a walking tour that highlights important landmarks in both the enslavement period and Civil Rights era.