Addie Wyatt United States Labor movement leader and civil rights activist was born.
Addie L. Wyatt was a leader in the United States Labor movement, and a civil rights activist. Wyatt is known for being the first black woman elected international vice president of a major labor union, the Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union.
Addie Wyatt – Activist – Associated Links:
- Addie Wyatt Biography | The Black Past Remembered and Reclaimed: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/wyatt-rev-addie-1924-2012
- Addie Wyatt: Labor, Civil Rights Leader | APWU: http://www.apwu.org/labor-history-articles/addie-l-wyatt-labor-civil-rights-leader
- Addie Wyatt | International Civil Rights: Walk of Fame: https://www.nps.gov/features/malu/feat0002/wof/Addie_Wyatt.htm
- Addie Wyatt | The History Makers: http://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/reverend-addie-wyatt
- Addie Wyatt | American Postal Workers Union: http://www.apwu.org/labor-history-articles/addie-l-wyatt-labor-civil-rights-leader
- “Reverend Addie L. Wyatt: First Black Woman Named As “Person of the Year” by TIME Magazine” | BlackThen: https://blackthen.com/reverend-addie-l-wyatt-first-black-woman-named-as-person-of-the-year-by-time-magazine/
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