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November 14th New Orleans Four Day

Celebrate America's little soldier girls! On November 14, 1960 Gail Etienne, Ruby Bridges, Leona Tate and Tessie Prevost became the first African Americans to desegregate formerly white-only public elementary schools in New Orleans and the Deep South. Sign the pettition today! Let's celebrate their courage and barave act that moved this country forward! Keep their legacy alive! CLICK HERE


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