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  1. Anna Julia Cooper, née Anna Julia Haywood, (born August 10, ?, Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.—died February 27, , Washington, D.C.), American educator and writer whose book A Voice From the South by a Black Woman of the South () became a classic African American feminist text.
  2. Anna Julia Cooper ( – ) was a visionary black feminist leader, educator, intellectual, and activist. Born into slavery in , she became the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree when she received her PhD in history from the University of Paris-Sorbonne.
  3. Apr 18,  · Anna Julia Cooper was born in to an enslaved woman in Raleigh, North Carolina. Anna and her sister were thought to have been fathered by their mother's white master. In , two years after the end of the Civil War, Anna was able to attend Saint Augustine's Normal School and Collegiate Institute, a coeducational school for former slaves.
  4. The Early Years B orn in in North Carolina to her enslaved mother, Hannah Stanley Haywood, and her white slaveholder, Anna Julia Cooper spent her lifetime of over a century redefining the limitations and opportunities for women of color in a society set up for their disempowerment and subjugation.
  5. Anna Julia Antonucci was born on July 11, in Beja, Portugal as Anna Julia Kapfelsperger. She is an actress and producer, known for Kokowääh (), Rabenmütter () and Unter deutschen Betten (). See full bio»Born: Jul 11,
  6. Jun 15,  · Anna Julia Letra Quando o Sol Se For - Detonautas Raimundos - mulher de fases vamos fugir. Skank Pitty - Me Adora (Clipe Oficial) Olhar 43 Tim Maia - Não Quero Dinheiro (Só Quero Amar).
  7. Anna Julia Cooper () graduated from the Sorbonne in , aged 67, becoming only the fourth African American woman to gain a doctorate. Her dissertation was titled L’attitude de la France à l’égard l’esclavage pendant la revolution and was subsequently translated into English by Frances Ric.
  8. The U.S. passport includes a quote from Dr. Anna Julia Cooper. And she is the only African American woman whose words appear in the passport. She was born Anna Julia Haywood in Raleigh in , seven years before slavery ended. Her mother was an enslaved servant in the home of Fabius Haywood, a doctor in Raleigh.

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