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Women’s History Month

A Bridge Like Fannie Lou Hamer

Remembering the legendary civil rights activist and her impact on the movement

Fannie Lou Hamer in 1971, by Louis Draper | Photo Courtesy of The National Endowment for the Humanities

“Righteousness exalts a nation. When I liberate others, I liberate myself.”




AfroSapiophile is a hub for critical thinking and analysis pertaining to civil rights, human rights, systemic racism and sexism across politics, entertainment, and history.

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