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Dedicated her life to Racial Justice, Education, Peace and Reconciliation. She served as a Social Worker, minister's wife, first Black elected President of Michigan's United Church women, author of the World Day of Prayer Service translated into 125 languages. Participated with President John F. Kennedy at the White House Conf. on Children and Youth prior to coming to Dallas. Became Dean and Professor at Bishop College and was engaged in all aspects of student life. Mentored and nurtured numerous students to serve the Christian community as ministers and ministers' wives.