Fanny Lou Hamer. Born in 1917 to poor sharecroppers with 19 other children. She dropped out of school in 3rd grade but self taught. She became a prominent civil rights activist, ran for Congress, and mentored countless other women in the civil rights movement.
Fanny Lou Hamer. Born in 1917 to poor sharecroppers with 19 other children. She dropped out of school in 3rd grade but self taught. She became a prominent civil rights activist, ran for Congress, and mentored countless other women in the civil rights movement. is creative inspiration for us.
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