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Addie L. Wyatt
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  1. (née Cameron) is known for being the first African-American woman elected international vice president of a major labor union, the Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union

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  2. born on 28 March 1924; Brookhaven, Mississippi

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  3. Wyatt began her career in the union in the early 1950s and advanced in leadership

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  4. Together with the politician Barbara Jordan, she was the first African-American woman named by Time magazine as Person of the Year in 1975

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