By Carolyn Hitt via https://www.bbc.com/
Cardiff’s first statue of a named woman forgotten to history is to be decided by a public vote.
Five women have been shortlisted for the artwork which will be placed outside BBC Wales’ new headquarters at Central Square.
The women, none of whom are still living, are Cranogwen, Lady Rhondda, Elizabeth Andrews, Elaine Morgan and Betty Campbell.
BBC Wales is profiling the lives of each of these women in the lead up to the vote on Friday.
Here we look at the life of Betty Campbell
Betty Campbell was told a working-class black girl could never succeed, but she proved her doubters wrong in the most inspirational way.
She became Wales’ first black head teacher. Throughout her life, she championed her nation’s multicultural heritage.
No wonder Nelson Mandela sought her out on …