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- Tags: Civil Rights and Reform
For decades, civil rights attorney Samuel Tucker fought for African-American equality and school desegregation in the nation's highest courts.
As a union president from the 1930s to the 1950s, Samuel H. Clark fought for the rights of African-American railroad workers.
Determined that her freedom was worth any hardship, Ona Judge escaped slavery and defied George Washington's attempts to retrieve her.
Throughout her career, Lucy Randolph Mason championed social reforms and legislation to help Southern workers.
A native of Mexico, Isabel Castilloreceived an honorary doctorate from the University of San Francisco for her advocacy work on behalf of immigrants' rights.