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Addie L. Wyatt
Born Addie L. Cameron
March 28, 1924 (1924-03-28) (age 85)
Brookhaven, Mississippi
Occupation Labor leader, civil rights pioneer, pastor
Religious beliefs Church of God
Spouse(s) Claude S. Wyatt Jr.
Children Renaldo Wyatt
Claude S. Wyatt III
Parents Ambrose Cameron
Maggie Nolan Cameron

Addie L. Wyatt (née Cameron) (b. 28 March 1924; Brookhaven, Mississippi) is known for being the first African-American woman elected international vice president of a major labor union, the Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union. Wyatt began her career in the union in the early 1950s and advanced in leadership. 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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