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WOMEN UNITING FOR CHANGE

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Chime into 713 955 0708 Wednesday February 12,2014, 6:30pm Central/ 7:30pm Eastern Times. This Month is African American History,Topic,( How can we help educate our children to achieve their hopes and dreams ) Sisters Uniting For Change will be remembering the courage of Ruby Bridges, as one of the first Female African American at the tender age of 6 to intragrade an all white school in the south. The US Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that all schols must desegregate , the same year Ruby was born. The Bridges family help blaze the trail for many to follow. Their bravery shaped the world aruond us in getting a quailty education in the 1960's. Howerver Ruby wanted to go to college, but had no one to help her with the process. Later she married and had 4 sons and became a travel agent. Also in the early 1990's after her brother was killed, she became awaken to the social injustices that plagued the neighborhood where she grew up. Ruby began to volunteer at her old grammar school, to find William Frantz of New Orleans segragated again, and the neighborhood around the school deteriorated with increasing poverty and crime rates. Fast Forward to 2014, Has PSA ( poverty stricken america ) forgotten the efforts that has been made to equalize the socioecomics of America? How do we express the importance of education? How and Where do we find the best Schools and resources to educate our children? We are providing a platform to discuss solutions that will bring about a change in PSA (poverty stricken america) as change evolves in america and everywhere else people live.

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