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Hatred or intolerance of another race.
Harriet Tubman Slavery Slaves coming to America
Abolished slavery Early 1860s Never ending
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Arrested 1955 Refused to give up seat
Hard life But made something out of herself.
1st black president Achieved life goals Changing the world
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