A tireless, inspirational leader, Mary McLeod Bethune dedicated her life to promoting education and achievement among African Americans. She founded the Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute for Negro Girls, and, as director of the Division of Negro Affairs in the National Youth Administration, became the first African American woman to head a federal agency. Read her incredible story. Grades 6-12. Hardcover; 112 pages.
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