Dr. Cohiscan L Thomas-Anderson

Take the first two letters of each word in Columbus High School Annual and you get the name Cohiscan. In 1969, the year Cohiscan was born, her aunt was one of the first black students to attend this high school and hence came her name.

Cohiscan is working to launch her podcast Cocoa Philosophy,  where women who are blind can come and sound off about normal issues they face each and every day.

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