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Spectrum News NY1
Before Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on an Alabama bus, there was . Jennings' decision to board a whites-only street car in NYC in 1854 is the subject of a new book. Author Jerry Mikorenda of "America's First Freedom Rider" joined us on
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Kristin Burns Feb 12
Replying to @NY1 @WomenOfATTNY
I definitely want to read this book. Just learned about Jennings last week and posted for as part of a celebration of NY’s amazing black women for and her statue
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Amy Sears Feb 12
Replying to @NY1
There’s also a children’s book on her that came out a few years ago called Streetcar to Justice by Amy Hill Hearth
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Suzan Fruchtman Feb 12
Replying to @NY1 @MoRocca
covered this in his podcast last year!
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