1. Dottie Quaye Chapman Reed on March 6, 2020 at 6:36 am

    Thank you for posting the article on Dr. Louise Baker Brown. She is indeed an outstanding woman whose contributions to the many communities where she has served continues. The article will also appear in the April issue of the Christian Index. In the meantime you may access the article at http://www.blackwomenofyalobusha.com or by goggling. These articles are being used in some classrooms across the country, please share this one and the website where you feel appropriate and beneficial..

    We are also in collaboration with the University of Mississippi where black families in Yalobusha County, Mississippi are being granted the opportunity to record their oral family history which can/will be archived at the university. More details are outlined on the website.

    Lastly, thanks to Dr. Brown for sharing her story with us.

    Dottie Quaye Chapman Reed



  2. Raymond F. Hampton on March 7, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    Congratulations to Dr. Louise B. Brown!

  3. Fredrena Burgess Brown on March 8, 2020 at 11:04 am

    Good morning and know that your leadership, accomplishments and your God given smile has not gone unnoticed. Please know that I Fredrena hold you in high esteem as a LADY and, the right hand to Bishop Brown . On a personal note I consider you a friend and family from “way-back”, as we say in South Carolina.. Knowing you is special..

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