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Civil Rights Organizations


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Organizational Diversity, Vitality and Outcomes in the Civil Rights Movement

Wilkins, Roy Ottoway (1901 - 1981), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Baker, Ella Josephine (1903 - 1986), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Ovington, Mary White (1865 - 1951), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Baker, Ella Josephine (1903 - 1986), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Moore, Audley (1898 - 1997), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official, Communist

Nash, Diane Bevel (born 1938), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Edelman, Marian Wright (born 1939), Lawyer, Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official, Human Rights Activist

Edelman, Marian Wright (born 1939), Lawyer, Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official, Human Rights Activist

White, Lulu Belle Madison (1900 - 1957), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Sipkins, Henry (1788 - 1838), Abolitionist, Civil Rights Activist, Social Reformer, Organization Founder / Official

Farmer, James Leonard (1920 - 1999), Organization Founder / Official, Civil Rights Activist, Educator

Fauntroy, Walter E. (born 1933), Baptist Clergy, Civil Rights Activist, Lobbyist, Organization Founder / Official

Hooks, Benjamin Lawrence (1925 - 2010), Lawyer, Civil Rights Activist, Baptist Clergyperson, Organization Founder / Official

Jones, Elaine (born 1944), Lawyer, Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official, Educator

Robinson, Ruby Doris Smith (1942 - 1967), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official

Walker, Wyatt Tee (born 1929), Civil Rights Activist, Organization Founder / Official, Baptist Clergyperson

 

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African American women demonstrated leadership skills in all the major civil rights organizations during the 1950s and 1960s. They legally challenged segregation, mobilized young people, and actively participated in freedom ...

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