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Maxine McNair, Life and Trials of a Civil Rights Activist

How the pain of losing a child cuts deeper than a double edge sword.

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September 15, 1963, was a very sad day in America’s history as four African American Girls were killed and a fifth child was blinded during the infamous 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama by the Ku Klux Klan aka KKK.




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EP McKnight, MEd

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