American writer, editor, activist, and leader in the black community in Seattle
According to Wikipedia,
Susie Revels Cayton was a writer, editor, activist, and leader in the Black community in Seattle at the start of the 20th century. Biography Early life Susie Sumner Revels was born in Mississippi in 1870, the same year her father, Hiram Revels, became the first Black senator in US history. Revels' middle name "Sumner" was a tribute Charles Sumner, Hiram Revels' friend, who was sworn in as the Massachusetts senator the year Susie was born. Hiram Revels escorted Sumner at his swearing-in ceremony.
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