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*Hattie Guinn Watkins, Mother of Willie Watkins who helped him start Watkins Funeral Home
*Pearl Cleage, Daughter of the founder of The Shrine of the Black Madonna, speech writer for Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, renowned playwright and author, and Spelman College alum
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*Kiyomi Rollins, Entrepreneur, Social and Economic Rights Activist, Owner of The Good Hair Shop and The Kenekt 
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