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January 30, 2017
The USPS will honor this great lady with her very own stampin February 2017.
July 10, 2016
DR. Dorothy Height, A QUEEN that gave her life to the betterments' of AFRICAN AMERICAN women all over the world. She was a mentor to all with her impeccable style of dress, articulate dialogue and positive persuasion to produce the next best educated LEADERS. ........WHAT A WOMAN!!!!.....ONE IS MISSED...THANKS FOR ALL ONE'S HARD WORK
March 24, 2016
thanks for everything
March 17, 2015
Dr. Dorothy Height; my Soror, my Sister, my inspiration, my leader, my Queen. That is the way it felt. But, she didnot belong to me. She belonged to her family, to the NCNW, to Delta Sigma Theta, to Black People, to Women, to ALL People, to the world, and to GOD. Thank you her family for sharing. She was an amazing, articulate, intelligent, diligent, persistent, humble, warrior for the struggle for human rights. She began her struggle as a teenager in the anti-lynching crusades and continued her struggle until the end of her life on earth. And, we were blessed because she lived a long life. She was our Queen of the Civil Rights Movement and she taught us all the way. Males, females, dignitaries, grassroots people, and Presidents looked to her for direction. I think of her today as we move towards the month anniversary of her death. I MISS HER; HER SMILE, HER HATS, HER DIGNITY, HER SPIRIT, HER TENACITY, AND HER DEDICATION TO THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY. Rest in Heaven our ANGEL and no "ALUTE TO CONTUNUA", through your inspiration,THE STRUGGLE WILL GO ON. Soror Lynnette
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