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Known as the "Grandmother of the American Civil Rights Movement," Septima Poinsette Clark was an educator & civil rights activist. She began teaching on Johns Island in South Carolina, unable to teach in public schools as a black woman. Her own experience of racial discrimination fueled her pursuit of equality through literacy & citizenship schools, of which she founded many in Tennessee. BIRTH DATE: May 03, 1898 DEATH DATE: December 15, 1987

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