Gladys Coleman was a pioneer for women and African-Americans in Alabama. She was the founder of Fairfield Democratic Women and a political powerhouse who raised up and brought down six decades of political leaders. I was her pastor, but she taught me more than I could have ever taught her.
I was honored to deliver the EULOGY OF GLADYS COLEMAN. The title is A QUEEN OF STYLE & SUBSTANCE.
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---Anderson T. Graves II is a writer, community organizer and consultant for education, ministry, and rural leadership development.
Rev. Anderson T. Graves II is pastor of Miles Chapel CME Church in Fairfield, Alabama; executive director of the Substance Abuse Youth Networking Organization (SAYNO); and director of rural leadership development for the National Institute for Human Development (NIHD).
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