Black History is often about celebrating the "respectable." Men and women who have done extraordinary things in acceptable ways. It's about acknowledging "good" people who broke bad laws. And while these stories are important and necessary, what about African-Americans with "less than respectable" lives who contributed to the changing of our society? In particular, what about the ones one many would consider infamous? Where do they fit into discussions about black history?Join me for a discussion that connects past and present-day Infamous Mothers with social change, and learn why this matters.