Christine Boaz Jones Fulwylie-Bankston (January 16, 1916 – December 9, 1998) was an American educator, poet, publisher, and civil rights activist. She was inducted into the Florida Women's Hall of Fame in 1998.
Fulwylie taught beginning in 1937. In 1959, she was director of the Phyllis Wheatley YWCA in Louisville, and part of the merger of the black and white branches of the YWCA in Kentucky. She was executive director of the Pittsburgh Negro Education Emergency Drive (NEED) in 1969. She moved to Florida in 1981, and started a tutoring program in Pensacola.
Books of poetry by Fulwylie include Steps to Free Worlds (1979), In Whom We Trust (1987), Different Colored Dreams (1994), and Her Share: A Chronicle of Relationships During the Growth of America (1998). She assisted in the writing of Beyond the Storm: An Extraordinary Journey (1997), a memoir by Florida midwife Gladys Nichols Milton, and co-edited the 1993 anthology, When Black Folks was Colored: A Collection of Memoirs and Poems by Black Americans.
- Christine Fulwylie-Bankston, Florida Commission on the Status of Women.
- "Teacher Named Head of Wheatley YWCA" Courier-Journal (August 26, 1959): 8.
- "TokiTypes" Pittsburgh Courier (June 14, 1969): 11. via Newspapers.com
- Christine B. Jones Fulwylie, Steps to Free Worlds (Dorrance & Co. 1979). ISBN 9780805926637
- Christine B. J. Fulwylie, In Whom We Trust (New South Press 1987).
- Christine B. Jones Fulwylie, Different Colored Dreams (Boaz-Fulwylie Press 1994). ISBN 9781885742025
- Christine Fulwylie, ''Her Share: A Chronicle of Relationships During the Growth of America (Boaz-Fulwylie Press 1998). ISBN 9781885742162
- Gladys Milton and Christine Fulwylie, Beyond the Storm: An Extraordinary Journey (Boaz-Fulwylie Press 1997). ISBN 9781885742056
- Ora Wills, Christine Fulwylie, Mamie Webb Hixon, eds., When Black Folks was Colored: A Collection of Memoirs and Poems by Black Americans (African-American Heritage Society 1993).
- "TokiTypes" Pittsburgh Courier (September 12, 1970): 12. via Newspapers.com