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Myrlie Evers-Williams was the first full-time chairman of the NAACP and is the widow of slain civil rights activist Medgar Evers. In her new autobiography, she talks about the life experiences that gave her wisdom. She shares her views on financial survival, single parenting, relationships, building a career, and aging.
- Myrlie Evers-Williams Longtime civil rights activist, former chair of the NAACP, and founder of the Medgar Evers Institute
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