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Midwest Mujeres Presents February: Black History Month Con't

Discover and connect with these Black leaders who helped make our country strive to be a fair and equal place.


 


ELLEN GARRISON CLARK

  • Born in 1823 in Concord, Mass.

  • She suffered beatings, harassment, and stoned on the street.

  • Victim of the violation of civil rights due to her skin color

Discover more about Ellen Garrison Clark



 

SARAH LEE BROWN FLEMING

  • Born in 1876 in Charleston, South Carolina

  • Leading civil rights activist who guided African American women across Connecticut.

  • She and her family became prominent figures in elite Black groups.


 

A. PHILIP RANDOLPH

  • Born in 1889 in Florida

  • Created the first successful Black trade union

  • Inspired presidents such as Roosevelt and Truman with his foundations and promises

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