Evelyn Daniel Anderson was an American educator and advocate for physically disabled people.Early life and education Anderson was the daughter of Dr. Thomas J. Anderson and Frances Daniel Anderson of Greensboro, Alabama. She was hit by a stray bullet at the age of four, became paraplegic, and used a gurney or a wheelchair for the rest of her life. In 1948, she graduated with a degree in art and history from Judson College. While she was a student at Judson, she was an officer in the Judson chapter of the Sigma Delta Pi honor society. In 1964, Anderson earned a master's degree from the University of Alabama.Source: Wikipedia
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