This Black History Month, we will be honoring a cross-section of Union’s Black alums and faculty. Today, we honor Eunice Jackson, M.A. ’40, who became the first African American woman to graduate from Unionwith a Master of Arts in Christian Education. Her first job after graduation was as Church Secretary at the Concord Baptist Church of Christ in Brooklyn, where she became the first woman Director of Religious Education. Much of the core structure of the program she created at Concord still exists today.