Spring 2018 Welcome to CSU- Fanny Jackson Coppin.pptx

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YOU BELONG HERE Shirley A. Carr, M.A Freshman Seminar Spring 2018 February 14, 2018 C OPPIN S TATE U NIVERSITY
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Hi, I am Ms. Carr! Administrative Assistant to Dr. Danita Tolson, Chair BSN Education Development Associate College of Health Professions First Year Experience, Adjunct Professor
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Hi, I am Ms. Carr! ZETA EPSILON CHAPTER, DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY INCCCC. https://www.coppin.edu/CLAC/application
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Hi, I am Ms. Carr! INSPIRATIONAL COMPANY ELEMENT 7NINE MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS COMPANY
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Hi, I am Ms. Carr!
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INTRODUCE YOURSELF C OPPIN S TATE U NIVERSITY
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What is your name? What is your major? What are you passionate about? C OPPIN S TATE U NIVERSITY
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MEET FANNY JACKSON COPPIN C OPPIN S TATE U NIVERSITY Shirley A. Carr, M.A Freshman Seminar Spring 2018 February 14, 2018
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN “It was in me to get an education and to teach my people. This idea was deep in my soul.”
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN Who is she? What did she achieve? What did she have to overcome?
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN She was born in 1837 to an enslaved family in Washington, D.C. Sarah Orr, saved $125 from her work as a $6 a month housekeeper and bought her niece Fanny's freedom when she was 12. Another Aunt took her in and at 14, took a job as a servant in the Newport, Rhode Island.
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN She was supporting herself and struggling to get an education.
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN In 1860, after a two-year course at Rhode Island Normal School, Fanny Jackson entered Oberlin College. In April 1865, the Civil War ended, and in August Jackson graduated from Oberlin.
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN Fanny Jackson Coppin earned her bachelor's degree in 1865 - one of the first Black women to earn a degree from a major U.S. college Consider this: What was the economic, political, and educational structure like for black people in the United States in 1865?
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwYIG_rma-M The United States in 1865
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN In 1865 she became a teacher at the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia. Four years later, in 1869 she became head principal of the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia.
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FANNY JACKSON COPPIN She expanded the curriculum to include an Industrial Department.
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