Madam C.J. Walker was an early twentieth century Black philanthropist known as America's first self-made woman millionaire. "Madam C.J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving: Black Women’s Philanthropy During Jim Crow," a new book by Tyrone McKinley Freeman, PhD, explores Walker's fascinating story and shines a light on Black women's broader history of philanthropy, activism and social service. On Oct. 29, WPI Director Jeannie Sager sat down with Freeman to talk about Black women's philanthropy and activism then and now.