John and Lugina Hope

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Early Life/Education/Motivations

Lugina

-she was the youngest of 7 children

-They moved to Chicago, Illinois, after death of her father in the 1880s

-In Chicago she became involve in social work at 2 charities, Kings Daughter and Hull House


John

-his motivation was to quit school for his struggling family because his father died

Famous Speeches/ Books/Publications/Job Titles - Lugina

Lugina

-social activist reformer and community organizer


John

-He decided to be a professional educator, teaching first at Roger Williams University, a small school on the outskirts on Nashville Tennesee

Major Contributions to Georgia and the USA when alive

Lugina

-During WWI (1917-18) she became a special War Work Secretary for the YWCA's War work Council full of civil rights


John

-His role as a national leader committed to a program

Lasting Impact on Georgia and the USA

Lugina

-She formed the Neighborhood Union in 1908


John

-went to serve in organizations such as the NAACP

-Also got accepted to the National Council of the YMCA