Fanny Jackson Coppin (1837–1913) was the first Black woman to head an institution of higher learning in the nation. Fanny Jackson Coppin held the post of principal of Philadelphia's Institute for Colored Youth (ICY) from 1869 to 1901—at the time, the ...

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