Author: Dorothy Height
Date of Publication: 2005
A heroine of the Civil Rights Movement tells the remarkable story of her life, her work, and what it means to be both black and a woman. Dorothy Height led the National Council of Negro Women for forty-one years. Her counsel was sought by presidents from Eisenhower to Clinton, who recognized her tireless work with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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