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When Martin Luther King gave his "I Have a Dream Speech," Dorothy Height was on stage with him. Throughout her life, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Dorothy Height has been a leader in the fight for civil and human rights. In her new memoir, she takes us behind the scenes in the battle for equality.
- Dorothy Height Author and activist for civil and human rights
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