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TRAILBLAZING PC (USA) MINISTER DIES

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The Rev Dr Katie Geneva Cannon, the first African-American woman ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), died on August 8 at age 68.

She was the Annie Scales Rogers professor of Christian Ethics at Union Presbyterian Seminary, and a foremost scholar of the womanist movement.

Beloved by the seminary community as a scholar, teacher, and friend, Cannon announced in June that she had been diagnosed with acute leukemia.

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