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Sarah Louise Delany

Sarah Louise "Sadie" Delany (September 19, 1889 — January 25, 1999) was an American educator and civil rights pioneer who was the subject, along with her sister Bessie, of the New York Times bestselling oral history, Having our Say, written by journalist Amy Hill Hearth. Sadie Delany was the first Black person permitted to teach domestic science at the high school level in the New York public schools, and became famous, with the publication of the book, at the age of 103.

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    There are certain stereotypes that are offensive. Some of them don’t worry me, though. For instance, I have always thought that Mammy character in Gone with the Wind was mighty funny. And I just loved “Amos ‘n’ Andy” on the radio. So you see, I have enough confidence in myself that those things did not bother me. I could laugh.
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    The world is a puzzling place today. All these banks sending us credit cards, with our names on them. Well, we didn’t order any credit cards! We don’t spend what we don’t have. So we just cut them in half and throw them out, just as soon as we open them in the mail. Imagine a bank sending credit cards to two ladies over a hundred years old! What are those folks thinking?
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