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Social Activism is a Family Legacy

Thrifty Words 100 Challenge #63: Legacy

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My grandfather left me his legacy of being an advocate for equality, justice, education-for-all, and the underprivileged. As I detailed here, that legacy included advocating for African-American equality and justice in all forms during the Jim Crow era in Louisiana.




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