Sherian Grace Cadoria (b.1943) was the first African American female general in the United States Army and the highest ranking female at the time of her retirement in 1990 with the rank of Brigadier General. She is a graduate of Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and holds a Master of Arts degree in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma. Initially in the Women's Army Corps, she transferred to the Military Police Corps in the 1970s.
Saxon Campbell is designer, creative, and photographer. Saxon is from Oklahoma originally, but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Saxon has worked in fashion, fitness, residential, university, and non-profit organizations. www.saxoncampbell.com
Indian Woman Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.
Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher 1948 Ada Lois Sipuel When denied admission on the basis of race, Fisher filed a suit asserting that she must be admitted to the OU Law School since there was no comparable facility for African American students. Losing in state courts, Marshall argued the case before the Supreme Court which reversed the lower courts in 1948
Norma Des Cygne Smallwood, a full blood Cherokee, from Tulsa, OK. While a student at Oklahoma State Univ., she entered the Miss America pageant in 1926. She was crowned the first Native American to win the title. Her keen business sense during her reign caused her to earn more than either Babe Ruth or the president of the U.S.A. at the time.