50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
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PANEL DISCUSSION | SAGAMORE HILL
SUMMARY OF DISCUSSION
Often times the role of women in the civil rights struggle has been over shadowed. For example, very few people know that it was women in Montgomery, Alabama who had the idea to start an organized bus boycott. Today, 50 years later, women are still leading the way. We are fortunate and blessed to have three such women who have programs and initiatives in their communities that making a difference in their communities and making dreams happen in the lives of others. Come learn about the successful strategies of these “daughters of destiny”.