Shown l-r: Rosetta Miller-Perry, Chris Tucker, and his mother, Mary Tucker. National
celebrity women were honored in Atlanta at the High Heels in High Places fashion show, with the Observance of International Women’s Month in March. The Unveiling of the Statue of
Xernona Clayton, downtown Atlanta. She is a Tennessee State University graduate (1952).
In 2011, Xernona Clayton became the second woman to be honored with a street and plaza
designation in the Atlanta. (The first was “Gone with The Wind” author Margaret Mitchell).
Six Atlanta streets are named after civil rights activists, all males.