Charlayne Hunter-Gault broke barriers when she arrived to the University of Georgia in 1961. Her strength and fortitude allowed her to thrive on a racially hostile campus would serve her in her future career as an award-winning journalist.
By Judy Woodruff
Perhaps new forms of advocacy and different types of activists can help us re-frame thinking about inequality from a problem for women to a problem for humans.
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