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  1. Adapted her debut novel, 'The Resurrection of Alice', into a one-woman play that won the 2014 African-American Arts Alliance of Chicago Outstanding Actress Award, the 2014 Black Theater Alliance's Best Lead Actress Award (Chicago), etc
  2. Philanthropist
  3. American literary critic, teacher, historian, filmmaker and public intellectual who currently serves as the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard
  4. Liberian peace activist responsible for leading a women's peace movement. Co-Awarded the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize 'for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work
  5. American (1910-2009), served in the Lincoln Brigade of the Spanish Civil War. Held as a POW from Jan 1938 to April 1939 in Spain. Had joined the Young Communist League in the early 1930s after a student trip to the Soviet Union
  6. Child involved with the 1950's Briggs v. Elliott case incorporated as part of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education Decision. His mother was the last living adult defendant when she died.
  7. Wife of Rev. Joseph Lowery, close friend and worker with MLK... Founder of SCLC
  8. Youtuber
  9. Well Known Temperance Speaker
  10. Participated in the 1963 Selma civil rights campaign as a 16 year old boy, including the 'Bloody Sunday' march
  11. Reverend to Rosa Park's Church; Secretary of the MIA aka Montgomery Improvement Association that helped support the boycott, appeared at meetings led by MLK
  12. White student who sued the Univ. of Michagan,for denying her admittance. Affirmative Action supporter and worker for
  13. Fred Gray  (2)
    Civil rights lawyer, preacher (born 1930). Defended Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, and the MIA during the Montgomery bus boycott. Worked with Martin Luther King and defended him in court. Named National Bar Association president in 1985
  14. Tuskegee Airmen
  15. Newspaper editor, politician and reformer. Encouraged readers to "Go West"
  16. Organizes 'Wiener Opernball'