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coalition of 100 black women
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DR. RUTH BURNETTE LOVE - Recently appointed General Superintendent of Schools in Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Love had been a leading educator in the Oakland, California school system for over 20 years. From 1917 to 1974 she was the Director of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare's Right-to-Read program. She is the author of three books and over 30 scholarly publications.

HEALTH AND SCIENCE

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DR. DORIS A. EVANS - Founder/Executive Director of the Glenville Health Association in Ohio, Dr. Evans is a noted pediatric cardiologist. In the past 11 years she has built the Glenville Association into a center that provides educational enrichment for physician's assistants from Lake Erie College and medical/dental students from Case Western University. In 1981, the Center cared for more than 22,000 patients. She resides in Cleveland.

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DR. JEANNE CRAIG SINKFORD - Dean of Howard University Dental School, and as such the first Black woman in the world to have achieved such status. A Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Dr. Sinkford specializes in prosthodontics and pedodontics. A prolific writer and researcher, she has published more than 50 articles.

HISTORY
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DR. HELEN G. EDMONDS - Professor of History at North Carolina Central University. Dr. Edmonds is a former U.S. Alternate Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly.

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LERONE BENNETT, JR. - Mr. Bennett is a noted author and senior editor at Ebony Magazine. His books include Before the Mayflower: A History of the Negro in America; What Matter of Man: A Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.; Shaping of Black America; Challenge of Blackness; Wade in the Water. He has received the Outstanding Magazine Writing Award from the Windy City Press Club; the Journalism Achievement Award from the Capitol Press Club and the Literature Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1978. He lives in Chicago.

TECHNOLOGY
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DR. SHIRLEY ANN JACKSON - A distinguished member of the Technical Staff in the Scattering and Low Energy Physics Research Department at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. Dr. Jackson obtained her Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics from MIT in 19733. Her work has covered numerous subjects including charge density waves in layered compounds, channeling of heavy ions in solids and of the Fermi-surface anistropy on conductivity in electronhole plasmas in semi-conductors. Dr. Jackson served on the National Sciences Foundation Committee on Science Information Activities, and she is past-president of the National Society of Black Physicists.

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DIANE P. MURRAY - Head of the Engagement Simulation Section at TRW Inc. in Redondo Beach, California. Ms. Murray holds an M.S. in Operations Research from Cornell University. She heads advanced research projects on the command and control of space satellites.

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