Before She Was Grandma, She Was a Hero

How one California woman’s selfless act left ripples that lasted for decades.

Photo courtesy Jessica Morado

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Monday | 9.24.2018

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Lakota Woman

By: Legacy Staff

Mary Brave Bird

Mary Ellen Moore-Richard knew early on there were pieces of her past amiss and missing as she grew up on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota

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Civil Rights Lawyer

By: Legacy Staff

Bernard Segal - Civil Rights Lawyer

Bernard Segal spent 39 years at Golden Gate University teaching future lawyers the litigation skills he learned defending civil rights and antiwar protesters

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Learning to Fly

By: Legacy Staff

Aviation pioneer Marie Miller met Charles Lindbergh in 1927, the same year she learned how to fly

Marie Miller was a pioneer female aviator who once flew with Amelia Earhart and learned to fly at the field where Charles Lindbergh began his historic flight

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World's Oldest

By: Legacy Staff

World's Oldest Living People

When the world’s oldest man, Walter Breuning, died April 14, 2011, his wonderful obituary led us to seek out other obits for “world’s oldest