just people and things that feed my soul. they make me sing when i want to cry or laugh when i want to lay down. they lift me up because their perspiration is my inspiration.
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The Fultz girls-Mary Anne, Mary Alice, Mary Catherine and Mary Louise- were the first set of black quadruplets. They were born in May 1946 to a mute mother and a father who was a farmer. They were featured in Ebony and Jet Magazines. They debuted at the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority ball in 1964, and attended Bethune Cookman College for 2 years, but didn't do too well. They graduated from the Barbizon modeling school, and had jobs modeling. Mary Catherine is the only quad still alive today.
Ethelyn Mildred Taylor Chisum (1895-1983) African American teacher and administrator. She was born in Dallas on June 9, 1895. After graduating from Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College in 1913, she taught in the public schools in Texas (1916–23). She served as president of the Dallas Teachers Council, an affiliate of the National Education Association, from 1948-1958 and as an advisor to the council from 1959-1965. She was the NEA membership chairwoman for North Texas from 1955-1960.