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Dorothy Height
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    (March 24, 1912-April 20, 2010)
    President of the National Council of Negro Women (1957-97)
    Served on the President’s Commission on the Status of Women (1961)
    Founded National Black Family Reunion Project
    Author of ‘Open Wide the Freedom Gates’
    She is not as well known as civil rights activists like Rosa Parks.
    She helped organize the ‘March on Washington’ but was not allowed to speak at the event.
    She is appalled by Atheism.
    She was presented with the Congressional Gold Medal by George W. Bush.
    She was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
    She helped integrate the YWCA.
    She helped register voters during the 'Mississippi Freedom Summer.'
    She graduated New York University with a Master’s in social work.
    She said: ‘I think the most important thing is that I had a purpose for life and tried to achieve it, and I tried hard to work steadily for equality and justice.’

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