Alice Dunnigan wrote her autobiography "A Black Woman's Experience: Fro…


Alice Dunnigan wrote her autobiography "A Black Woman's Experience: From Schoolhouse to White House” which chronicled her life growing up in Kentucky, where she began her career as a teacher. Later she would become a Washington correspondent for The Associated Negro Press where her specializing in politics led her to become the first African-American woman credentialed to cover The White House, the Congress, and the State Department.