Well-known for leading a Maryland-based civil legal rights initiative referred to as the Cambridge Motion, this African-American activist was the spokeswoman from the Cambridge Nonviolent Actions Committee and an integral figure in the introduction of the Dark Power motion. After getting her bachelor’s level in sociology from Howard College or university, she attemptedto secure employment being a cultural employee, but was prohibited from all open up positions due to her competition. She appeared before a group of thousands at the well-known 1963 March on Washington for Careers and Freedom. An associate from the rich St. Clair family members, she was raised in Cambridge, Maryland. Her initial marriage produced many kids, including a girl called Donna. After marrying her second hubby, Frank Dandridge, Richardson resolved in NEW YORK. She and Ella Baker had been both important feminine civil privileges activists.
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