“…We fought for equal access and affordable housing legislation, but what good is equal access to the hotel or restaurant or lunch counter, if you cannot afford to pay the bill. What good is affordable housing legislation, if you cannot afford to rent the apartment or buy the home. We must become dreamers with shovels in our hands.”

Dr. Dorothy Height, chairwoman-emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women and a prominent civil rights leader in the movement

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