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Fannie Rosalind Givens!

In the early 1920s Fannie Rosalind Givens and her namesake daughter Fannie Rosalind Givens travelled as missionaries to Europe and Africa. The elder Fannie was a notable portrait artist who would join Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and become one of the earliest black women to work for the police department in Louisville, Kentucky. The younger Fannie would pursue a career as a teacher, and join a sorority founded by a group of black teachers at Butler University in Indiana, Sigma Gamma Rho.
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