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Ethelyn Mildred Taylor Chisum (1895-1983) African American teacher and administrator. She was born in Dallas on June 9, 1895. After graduating from Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College in 1913, she taught in the public schools in Texas (1916–23). She served as president of the Dallas Teachers Council, an affiliate of the National Education Association, from 1948-1958 and as an advisor to the council from 1959-1965. She was the NEA membership chairwoman for North Texas from…

Ethelyn Mildred Taylor Chisum (1895-1983) African American teacher and administrator. She was born in Dallas on June 9, 1895. After graduating from Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College in 1913, she taught in the public schools in Texas (1916–23). She served as president of the Dallas Teachers Council, an affiliate of the National Education Association, from 1948-1958 and as an advisor to the council from 1959-1965. She was the NEA membership chairwoman for North Texas from…

August 11, 2016 | Tonight my dream came true. There are no right words to describe the feeling right now. Can't thank everyone enough for all the endless amount of love and support. ❤️ much love, your 2016 Olympic Champion

August 11, 2016 | Tonight my dream came true. There are no right words to describe the feeling right now. Can't thank everyone enough for all the endless amount of love and support. ❤️ much love, your 2016 Olympic Champion

Born in Alabama in 1936, Marva Collins became one of the most influential teachers and education activists of the 20th century. Working to gain equal access to quality education for minorities, she started her own school in Chicago and founded a style of education that came to be known as the Collins Method.

Born in Alabama in 1936, Marva Collins became one of the most influential teachers and education activists of the 20th century. Working to gain equal access to quality education for minorities, she started her own school in Chicago and founded a style of education that came to be known as the Collins Method.

Althea Gibson, first African-American woman to win Wimbledon. Follow #Professionalimage

Althea Gibson, first African-American woman to win Wimbledon. Follow #Professionalimage

Dido Elizabeth Belle (1761-1804) was an illegitimate daughter of Admiral Sir John Lindsay and an enslaved African woman known as Maria Belle. She was raised in England.

Dido Elizabeth Belle (1761-1804) was an illegitimate daughter of Admiral Sir John Lindsay and an enslaved African woman known as Maria Belle. She was raised in England.

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