A right worthy grand mission: Maggie Lena Walker and the quest for Black economic empowerment
A thoroughly documented study of pioneering African-American insurance magnate, banking executive, and civic icon Maggie Walker, whose tumultuous life and times were filled with multiple layers of intrigue.
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