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Since 1976, the month of February has been dedicated to the celebration of Black History Month. Schools nationwide are taking extra time this month to recognize the exceptional contributions made by African Americans in history.
In honor of Black History Month, feel free to share our Education Poster of Ruby Bridges.
About Ruby Bridges
An American civil rights activist, Ruby Nell Bridges
, was the first African American child to desegregate an all-white elementary school in Louisiana in 1960. Faced with the decision to attend the all-white school near her home, or attend a black school with fewer opportunities, Ruby chose the most challenging option. Over time, other African American students enrolled at all-white schools, bringing about the integration of all students.
As a lifelong activist for racial equality, Ruby created the Ruby Bridges Foundation
to promote tolerance and create change through education.
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