Fannie Barrier Williams (1855 – 1944) was an African American educator, artist, musician, and journalist who advocated for social justice and for the rights of Black women in particular. She gained international prominence with a speech to the World Parliament of Religions, where she condemned … read more.
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Rev. A. Powell Davies was a renowned preacher, author, and political activist. The Washington Post described him as “in the forefront of every assault upon intolerance and racial discrimination and
injustice.” Read more about Rev. Davies and his legacy HERE.