A Memoir by Judith Mudd-Krijgelmans


Judith Mudd-Krijglemans wrote a memoir of Jim Crow segregation. She also fulfilled her dream of working in the Foreign Service; in New Delhi, Mumbai, Dhaka, Taipei, Hong Kong, Brussels, Libreville, Bujumbura, and Brazzaville.


From Washington she supported civic education in South Africa she led public diplomacy in eight French-speaking African countries.

Lauded for outstanding achievement of U.S interests, since leaving the Foreign Service she leads memoir courses about her African American triumph story in Northern Virginia where she lives with her husband, Belgian writer Claude Krijgelmans.



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Pre-Pandemic Events

  • African American Women's Book Club
    Thu, Feb 20
    I'm looking forward to meeting the members of this long running (20 years!) book club that meets in Herndon, VA! I'll be discussing the book and my experiences. Contact CarolAnnBradley@aol.com if you want to attend. Hope to see you there!
  • Book Signing & Meet and Greet
    Sat, Nov 23
    Barnes & Noble
    Come by and meet me as I sign copies of my memoir!
  • Keynote Address
    Mon, Aug 05
    Sacred Heart Academy, Louisville, KY
    Judith will be speaking before 300 educators and staff members of the Sacred Heart Schools in her hometown, Louisville, Kentucky. Her high school, Ursuline Academy, was a part of S.H.A and those years are evoked in Flowers for Brother Mudd.


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