SOURCE: AFRO News
by Joseph R. Fitzgerald
The late Gloria Richardson's career as an organizer, activist, and thinker in the Black Freedom movement hold lessons for how Congressional Democrats can and must advance new voting rights protections.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Robert Greene II
Gloria Richardson became an unusual leader of the civil rights movement as an older woman activist, and her changing views on movement strategy are important to scholars today.
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