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Bessie Coleman was the first African American woman to earn a pilot license
Bessie Coleman blazed a path for African American women in aviation.
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Nikki Giovanni, a poet who helped define the African-American voice
"I guess that's why I'm a poet. We put things together in ways no one else does."
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Civil rights activist Daisy Bates was instrumental in the desegregation of schools
The Little Rock Nine joined the history books thanks in part to the leadership and passion of this civil rights activist.
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The sorrowful story of Boston’s ‘Baby Doe’
When the body of a little girl inside a plastic bag washed ashore on Deer Island in Winthrop, investigators spent months trying to solve the mystery of her identity.
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Teen happy to be home after spending 95 days in hospital with COVID-19
At only 18 years old, Shanderek Dorsey, who his friends call Shammy, understands all too well the life-threatening effects of COVID-19.
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Woman helps family of 7 find a home for the holidays
"We take the smallest things for granted. It's a reminder we have so much to be thankful and grateful for even in times we are in right now.”
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10-year-old creates care kits to help homeless people
Ethan Hill knows that the best way to show your gratitude is to pay it forward. This lesson became real the day he met a homeless man on his way to school.
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Loyal customer steps up to help hometown coffee shop impacted by COVID-19
When Fante's Coffee Shop was on the brink of closing its doors, one customer stepped up to help in a tough time.
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'I would have died': Man reunites with woman who saved his life
"I got to meet the woman that saved my life and I got to express my gratitude for her act of kindness and charity."
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