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Dorothy Height, who as longtime president of the National Council of Negro Women was the leading female voice of the 1960s civil rights movement, died Tuesday. She was 98. Height, who continued actively speaking out into her 90s, had been at Howard University Hospital for some time. As a teenager, Height marched in New York’s Times Square shouting, “Stop the lynching.” In the 1950s…








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This is another moment in Black History.

R.I.P. Ms. Dorothy Heights 

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