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Rosa Parks – A History Of Courage

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African-American civil rights activist, who the U.S. Congress called “The First Lady of Civil Rights“, and “The Mother of the Freedom Movement“. Although Rosa Parks was not trying to inspire a social movement at the time she refused to obey bus driver

 
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Dr. Carter G. Woodson: The History of “Black History Month”

  Over the past six centuries (or more) that people of African descent have been in North America, their history has often largely been omitted, ignored, distorted, or demeaned. Until relatively recently, the only things most people (of all races) knew about African-Americans in the United States were slavery, music, sports, and “Tarzan” movies. The

 
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