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Civil rights activist to be first Canadian woman on banknote | Reuters

OTTAWA Viola Desmond, a black businesswoman who challenged racial segregation in Canada in 1946, will be the new face of the C$10 bill, making her the first Canadian woman to be featured on a bank..
Firstpost

Viola Desmond, Canada's Civil Rights Pioneer, To Appear On $10 Bill

Canada has named the trailblazing black rights activist Viola Desmond as the face of its new $10 bill, making her the first Canadian woman in history to be featured on a banknote. Nine years before..
Huffington Post

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News video: Sister on Viola Desmond banknote announcement: 'It's a big day'

Sister on Viola Desmond banknote announcement: 'It's a big day' 01:24

The sister of the first Canadian woman to grace a banknote's face is lauding Viola Desmond's courage. Desmond, who will appear on the $10 bill in 2018, was arrested in 1946 for sitting in the..
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News video: Who Is Viola Desmond?

Who Is Viola Desmond? 01:35

Viola Desmond refused to leave a whites-only section of a movie theatre in Nova Scotia in 1946, changing Canadian history.
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News video: MCTS honors Rosa Parks Thursday

MCTS honors Rosa Parks Thursday 01:47

Every bus had a seat reserved in her honor.
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News video: Bridge Street: Host Chat 12.1.16

Bridge Street: Host Chat 12.1.16

Sistina Giordano & TeNesha Murphy discuss daily topics including Dictionary.com's Word of 2016, World AIDS Day, 27 years of National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation & Rosa Parks Day. They also..
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News video: MCTS to honor Rosa Parks Thursday

MCTS to honor Rosa Parks Thursday 00:25

Every bus in the MCTS fleet will have a seat reserved in honor of Rosa Parks.
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Woman on Canada's new $10 bill fought racism before Rosa Parks

Canada has named civil rights activist Viola Desmond, who challenged racial segregation in the 1940s, to appear on the country's next $10 bill.
nola.com

How civil rights icon Viola Desmond helped change course of Canadian history

She's often described as "Canada's Rosa Parks," but if anything, Rosa Parks is America's Viola Desmond.
CBC.ca

Woman described as Canada's Rosa Parks to appear on banknote

GATINEAU, Quebec (AP) " A black woman often described as Canada's Rosa Parks for her 1946 decision to sit in a whites-only section of a Nova Scotia movie theater will be the first woman to be..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

Downtown Grand Rapids’ Historic McKay Tower Kicks off “Light Up the Dome” Contest

West Michigan residents have the opportunity to win a two-night stay in a fully-furnished McKay Tower Residence by entering Mckay Tower's first "Light Up the Dome Contest. Grand Rapids, Michigan..
PRWeb

Viola Desmond to be first woman featured on Canadian banknote

viola desmond to be first woman featured on canadian banknote
Viola Desmond, often described as Canada's Rosa Parks for her 1946 decision to sit in a whites-only section of a Nova Scotia movie theatre, will be the first woman to be celebrated on the face of a..
canoe.ca

Viola Desmond to be first Canadian woman to grace face of banknote

*By The Canadian Press* OTTAWA - Viola Desmond, often described as Canada's Rosa Parks for her 1946 decision to sit in a whites-only section of a Nova Scotia movie theatre, will be the first woman..
CJME

A look at the five women in contention to grace the front of the next banknote

*By The Canadian Press* TORONTO — Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz will announce Thursday which Canadian woman will be the first to grace the front of a..
CJME

Spain Is Renaming Its Streets After Powerful Women

spain is renaming its streets after powerful women
A number of possible names included American civil rights activist Rosa Parks, Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and English novelist Jane Austen…
VIBE

In Light Of Fake News And Advocacy Journalism, We Must Be Savvy News Consumers

Who do we rely on to get our news? Unfortunately, most people are getting their news via social media. It’s important that people regain their trust in the mainstream media due to flaws in social..
Huffington Post

Spanish Streets Named After Fascist Leaders Will Soon Honor Women Instead

Though Francisco Franco’s totalitarian Spanish regime was toppled nearly 40 years ago, its legacy is still present in the country. Walk through the cities of Spain, and you’re likely to find..
Huffington Post

Artist restores life to Rosa Parks statue, which Dallas man credits for saving his own


DallasNews

As The DNC Chair, I Would Listen More And Talk Less

My mom, Clida, taught my four brothers and me about her father's work to organize Black voters in rural Louisiana in the 1950's. We carried her dad's legacy of activism with us. The Civil Rights..
Huffington Post

Remembering Rosa Parks: Words of wisdom from ‘mother of the civil rights movement’

When the civil rights icon refused to give up her seat for a white man on a public bus in Montgomery, Ala., on Dec. 1, 1955, she became a part of history.
Seattle Times

Today in History for December 1st

Rosa Parks is arrested in Montgomery, Alabama; Former communist official Sergei Kirov is assassinated in Leningrad; Beatlemania arrives in America; Actor and director Woody Allen is born. (Dec. 1)
USATODAY.com

7 Ways Women Have Taught Us How to Make Things Happen

On the morning of November 9, many of us were still suffering the worst political hangover of our time. But there was Hillary Clinton, a vision of poise, giving her concession speech after losing the..
Huffington Post


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