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Dorothy Height Drops Wisdom

Black History: Special Delivery!!

“If the time is not ripe, we have to ripen the time.”

-Dorothy Height

This quote powerfully speaks to the life and legacy of Dorothy Height. 189 more words

Black History

Wednesday's in California

I have recently completed my fifth draft of a stage play I’ve been working on for about four years. It may not seem like much of an accomplishment to some but to a 30 year old, working, single mother it’s a big deal. 596 more words

Dorthy Height - In Memory

Dorothy Height: a civil rights heroine, educator and social activist ; She was a woman who had her finger print on all things American and as the President said,” deserves a place in our history”.    3/24/1912 – 4/20/2010

first posted 4/22/2011

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Dorothy Height

Black History Month

Dorothy Height (March 24, 1912 – April 20, 2010)

Among her many accolades, Height received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1994.

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Civil Rights Icon, Dorothy Height, honored with Forever Stamp

February is Black History Month and in case you missed it; Dr. Dorothy Irene Height is the newest face on the USPS stamp! The unveiling took place Wednesday, February 1, 2017, on the historical campus of Howard University. 171 more words


Civil Rights Icon Dorothy Height Honored on U.S. Postal Stamp

In some Black History Month news that we all can use, Dorothy Height, the celebrated civil rights icon, has been commemorated with a Forever Stamp, NBC News reports. 175 more words


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Evening Minute: Civil Rights Icon Dorothy Height Honored With Forever Stamp

#BlackGirlMagic: Civil Rights Icon Dorothy Height Honored With Forever Stamp

.@USPS honors Steinhardt alum & civil rights leader Dorothy Height on FOREVER stamp #DorothyHeightForever…

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