Oct 8th, 2021
Fannie Springer was a Austrian-born, Jewish woman who moved to Atlanta with her husband shortly after getting married in 1889. After an incident with an Atlanta patrolman in 1900, she turned to dedicating her life to volunteering in prisons and then later obtaining pardons for 44 incarcerated people. This week, I am sharing the brief history of her life and work.
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