For years, the story of Dr. Sadie T. M. Alexander’s legacy has been limited to three Google search pages with sparse information and out of date references. But in February 2019, at the inaugural Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for Black Women in Economics — Ms. Alexander was alive. Her spirit was in the smiles of young economic majors who longed for safety and familiarity. Her story was their story. And while the de jure segregation of Ms. Alexander’s day and age was her fight, the de facto segregation of today was a weight carried on the shoulders of each attendee. In their college classrooms, the young women were…