Black Civil Rights Champions

Black Civil Rights Champions

Author: Kimberly Hayes Taylor

Publisher: Oliver PressInc

ISBN: 1881508226

Page: 160

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Examines the lives and careers of civil rights leaders, including Thurgood Marshall, Ella Baker, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Examines the lives and careers of civil rights leaders, including Thurgood Marshall, Ella Baker, and Martin Luther King, Jr.



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