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Pearl (Thompson) Furey Obituary (Batesville)
... most of those years teaching in segregated schools offering black children a foundation for a good education. She enjoyed talking about teaching. There was a shortage...
Published online on November 19, 2013 courtesy of Thornton Funeral Home, P.A. - Indian Head.
Crown Prince Nayef Abdulaziz Obituary (AP News)
... Arabia is deeply conservative - including strict segregation of the sexes, capital punishments like beheadings and enforced prayer times - but it also advocated against al-Qaida's calls...
... segregation by being attached to the 999th Field Artillery Battalion (all Black unit) stationed at Camp Durham, North Carolina. During this tour he was a part of the ?D-Day? invasion...
Published online on September 11, 2014 courtesy of Eternity Funeral Services, LLC.
Arlene Ackerman Obituary (AP News)
... The Philadelphia Inquirer that her experience attending segregated schools affected her deeply. "While those were very difficult times, I think they helped shape who I am," Ackerman told...
Alexander Adams Obituary (Ocala)
... coach and student/athlete. He was a true African American trailblazer, being first in many initiatives during an era of civil and political unrest and defacto segregation. His...
Published in Ocala Star-Banner from July 29 to July 30, 2011
Naomi Adams Obituary (Herald)
... of the then segregated school system and graduated in 1935 from the historic Booker T. Washington High School (Miami, Florida). Determined to improve her lot in life, Naomi attended Tuskegee Institute...
Published in Miami Herald on July 4, 2013
Norman Adams Obituary (TheHour)
... program that attempted to address racial segregation. Later he went on to help design and install an early Wilton bike trail and volunteered at the Connecticut Genealogy & LDS Family...
Published in The Hour on March 15, 2015
Norman Adams Obituary (WickedLocal-Lexington)
... program that attempted to address racial segregation. Later he went on to help design and install an early Wilton bike trail and volunteered at the Connecticut Genealogy & LDS Family...
Published in The Lexington Minuteman from March 14 to March 21, 2015
Norman Adams Obituary (WickedLocal-Brewster)
... program that attempted to address racial segregation. Later he went on to help design and install an early Wilton bike trail and volunteered at the Connecticut Genealogy & LDS Family...
Published in The Cape Codder from March 14 to March 21, 2015
Norman Adams Obituary (DignityMemorial)
... Project Concern, a program that attempted to address racial segregation. Later he went on to help design and install an early Wilton bike trail and volunteered at the Connecticut...
Published online on December 30, 2014 courtesy of Dignity Memorial.
... in part to escape the segregated South. They settled in Woodville, and her father worked in a lime plant. Dr. Adams was about 9 years old when he went to work at Champion Spark Plug...
Published in Toledo Blade on July 20, 2012
Julia Addison Obituary (AikenStandard)
... attended the segregated schools of Aiken County. She was the valedictorian of her graduating class. At a tender age, Julia joined the St. John Baptist Church under the leadership...
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star from July 28 to July 30, 2015
... in time, for the abolishment of segregated schools, discrimination, better wages, workers rights, against police brutality, inclusion of minorities in political process and one man...
Published in Express-News on March 30, 2001
... in time, for the abolishment of segregated schools, discrimination, better wages, workers rights, against police brutality, inclusion of minorities in political process and one man...
Published in Express-News on March 29, 2001
... of six children, Andretta grew up in a time of segregation and the Great Depression. Despite these challenges, her childhood in Alexandria, Virginia, thrived in a home where her mother...
Published in the Los Angeles Times on August 12, 2007
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