Juliette Derricotte born Athens, GA April 1, 1896 (d. 1931 when hospital refused her care after auto crash). African-American internationalist educator; Dean of Women, Fisk University. Traveled the globe as representative of the World Student Christian Federation to promote peace and justice.
"Do we look upon every person—white, red, yellow, black—as sons of God—sacred to God?" (Marion Cuthbert, Juliette Derricotte, 1936, p.34)