Francis C. Sumner (December 7, 1895 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas – January 12, 1954) was an influential psychologist who is commonly referred to as the "Father of Black Psychology". In 1920, Sumner became the first African American to receive a Ph.D. degree in psychology.

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  • Francis C. Sumner (December 7, 1895 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas – January 12, 1954) was an influential psychologist who is commonly referred to as the "Father of Black Psychology". In 1920, Sumner became the first African American to receive a Ph.D. degree in psychology. (en)
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  • Francis C. Sumner (December 7, 1895 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas – January 12, 1954) was an influential psychologist who is commonly referred to as the "Father of Black Psychology". In 1920, Sumner became the first African American to receive a Ph.D. degree in psychology. (en)
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  • Francis Cecil Sumner (en)
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  • Francis C. Sumner (en)
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