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date: 28 October 2020

Adams, Frankie Victorialocked

(1902–1979)
  • Lou M. BeasleyLou M. BeasleyClark Atlanta University

Summary

Frankie Victoria Adams (1902–1979) was a social worker who influenced the development of social work education and of professional social work in the American South. She developed the Group Work and Community Organization concentrations at Atlanta University.

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  • Social Work

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