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November 22, 1963: Reflections on the Life, Assassination, and Legacy of John F. Kennedy

November 22, 1963: Reflections on the Life, Assassination, and Legacy of John F. Kennedy by Dean R. Owen | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble

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Apple iPad 3rd generation 64GB WiFi - Fair Condition Black iOS Tablet

Two Charming and Rare Esco bust of African Men Statued A rare uniquely fascinating set of chalkware figural busts Designed by artist Marie Brower in 1961 Made by Esco Products Extremely rare pieces of Americana

Pamela Chatterton-Purdy’s gilded panels portraying influential figures like the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks can be seen at Les Beaux Arts Gallery, in Round Hill Community Church in Greenwich.

James Meredith (b. 1933) is an American civil rights figure, writer, and political adviser. In 1962, he was an Air Force veteran and the first African-American student admitted to the segregated University of Mississippi, an event that was a flash-point in the African American civil rights movement. In 1966 his memoir Three Years In Mississippi was published. He has written other books since.

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Harvey Milk Will Be First Openly Gay Elected Official on a Stamp

The U.S. Postal Service released the design of a new stamp Monday that will feature civil rights figure and American politician Harvey Milk.

Until the killing of black men, black mother's sons, becomes as important to the rest of the country as the killing of a white mother's son, we who believe in freedom cannot rest until this happens.

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7 Of The Most Unrecognized Women in Black History

Septima Clark (5/3/1898 - 12/15/1987) Mrs. Clark, a teacher in South Carolina, established Citizenship Schools throughout the South to teach reading and increase voter eligibility. Quote: "I have a great belief in the fact that whenever there is chaos, it creates wonderful thinking. I consider chaos a gift."

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An Ordinary Hero: The amazing true story of one white Southern woman's courage to choose her convictions and join the Civil Rights Movement.

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