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The life and legacy of Mary McLeod Bethune by Yvette DuBose

Yvette tells the story of Mary Mcleod – a champion of education who made it her sole pursuit in life to provide opportunities for black youth in the early 1900s. With just six quarters, she started the Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls in Daytona Beach, Florida. About 25 years later, it merged with a boys school to form a well-respected 4 year university, which propelled thousands of young people to success.


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