"Annie Bethel Spencer" (February 6, 1882, Henry County, Virginia – July 27, 1975, Lynchburg, Virginia) was an American poet and active participant in the New Negro Movement and Harlem Renaissance period.
Spencer was the first Virginian and first African-American to have her poetry included in the Norton Anthology of American Poetry. Also an activist for equality and educational opportunities for all, she hosted such dignitaries as Langston Hughes, Marian Anderson, George Washington Carver, Thurgood Marshall, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., James Weldon Johnson, and W. E. B. Du Bois.More Anne Spencer on Wikipedia.
I don't know a whole lot of college graduates who are going to work a $10 temporary job. I know that they have to find people somewhere to grade them, but I would certainly hope that they would find professional readers, not just kids out of college that are looking for something to do.Anne Spencer