Forgotten Figures

The names Bayard Rustin, Fannie Lou Hamer and Guion Bluford may not sound familiar, but their contributions to society have had a lasting impact. The first is responsible for organizing the peaceful 1963 March on Washington, the second pushed for the right for African Americans to vote and the third helped break the color barrier in space. Learn more about the overlooked but extraordinary people from the past and how their actions have shaped our future.

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