● Margaret Burroughs:
Margaret Taylor-Burroughs was a Black visual artist, writer, poet, and arts organizer. Born November 1, 1915, she helped establish several facilities to support Black artists of all ages. At 23 years old, she was appointed by then first lady Elenaor Roosevelt to the board of directors of Chicago’s South Side Community Art Center. Later, she co-founded the Dusable Museum of African American History in her hometown of Chicago. She died November 21, 2010 after being recognized for her work and legacy.