Great African-American Womenby Darryl Lyman
The contributions made by African-American women to the arts, to sports, to government and politics--and, of course, to furthering the causes of racial and gender equality--have been monumental. From Selena Sloan Butler, who in 1911 established the first black parent-teacher association in the United States, to superstar Oprah Winfrey, who in 1998 was voted the most influential woman of the century, African-American women have helped shape not only America but the world at large.
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This book is very informative! I found myself learning history I didn't get in school about women who made a difference.