Anna Julia Cooper Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Anna Julia Cooper

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Biography Of Anna Julia Cooper
Real Name Anna Julia Cooper
Profession Women’s Rights Activists, Civil Rights Activists, Non-Fiction Writers, Miscellaneous
Nick Name Anna J. Cooper
Famous as Author, Educator
Nationality American
Personal life of  Anna Julia Cooper
Born on 10 August 1858
Birthday 10th August
Sun Sign Leo    Leo Women
Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A.
Died on 27 February 1964
Place of death Washington, D.C.
Grouping of People African American Authors
Father George Washington Haywood
Mother Hannah Stanley Haywood
Siblings Andrew J. Haywood, Rufus Haywood
Spouse/Partner Geoege A. C. Cooper
Education University of Paris, Columbia University, Oberlin College, St. Augustine’s College
Personal Fact of Anna Julia Cooper

Anna Julia Cooper was an American educator, writer, and scholar remembered for her pioneering crusade for the upliftment of African-American women. Born as a slave, she was a bright and gifted child. After completing her early schooling, she became a teacher but was later forced to leave her job after marriage. It was quite an unfortunate situation because her husband died two years later after which she returned to pursue further studies. She had a long and distinguished career as a teacher and also received recognition as an author.

Her first book, A Voice from the South: By a Woman from the South, received wide critical acclaim and raised awareness against slavery and racism targeted at black women. Later, she completed her doctoral studies and became only the fourth African-American woman to earn the Ph.D. degree in any field. She continued to be a strong advocate for women’s education and for racial and gender equality for the rest of her life.

She lived an eventful life that led her from the darkness of slavery to the dawn of the civil rights movement. As a teacher and thinker she encouraged advancement of women through education and social progress, influencing the lives of countless people in the process.

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