Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation
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Graduate from Douglasville High School, Talladega College, and Harvard Law School
Her civil rights activities began in 1964 at the age of 14 years.
A strong advocate of seamless education at all levels.
Former Director of the Cal State L.A. Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
June 19, 1937 - November 23, 2020
Harvard-educated Civil Rights activist and litigation attorney
A tenured community college psychology instructor
Director of the Twomey Center for Peace through Justice at Loyola University.
A loving wife, proud mother with a blended family of four sons, three daughters and five grandchildren.
25 years of experience in the combined areas of business, marketing and commercial real estate management.
A nationally-recognized human-rights activist, public theologian, and social critic
Founder of Vine and Fig Tree intentional community
She is the first Black, female District Court Judge for Dallas County.
Talk show host, documentarian, and former gang member.