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Susan B. Anthony
   was   
An American Civil Rights Activist
An American campaigner for women's right to vote. Anthony also took a prominent role in the New York anti-slavery and temperance movements. In 1836, at age 16, Susan collected two boxes of petitions opposing slavery, in response to the gag rule prohibiting such petitions in the House of Representatives. She was the first woman on a US coin.
Marian Anderson
   was   
An American Civil Rights Activist
(1901-1993); Stopped by the Daughters of the Revolution from singing in Constitution Hall in 1939 because she was black; she sang on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial with Eleanor Roosevelt at her side. She also worked for several years as a delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Committee and as a "goodwill ambassadress" for the United States Department of State. She was active in supporting the civil rights movement during the 1960s, giving benefit concerts for the Congress of Racial Equality, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation.
Sojourner Truth
   was   
An American Civil Rights Activist
Escaped slave preached against slavery and for equal rights for women.
Ida B Wells-Barnett
   was the first African-American   
Journalist and Civil Rights Activist That Crusaded Against Lynching
1862-1931
Daisy Bates
   was the first African-American   
Who Was the Civil Rights Activist Leader Behind Little Rock Nine
1993
Rosa Parks
   was   
An American Civil Rights Activist
Refused to give up her seat on the bus for a white person and was arrested. The US Congress called her "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".
Darcus Howe
   was a   
Civil Rights Activist
2017






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