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As Dorothy no longer worked outside the house, Diane saw less of her grandmother Carrie Bolton, but she continued as an important influence in Nash's life. 3 Bolton was committed to making sure her granddaughter understood her worth and value, and didn't discuss race often.
The mayor admitted that he did. 1 Three weeks later, the lunch counters of Nashville were serving blacks. 3 13 Reflecting on this event, Nash said, "I have a lot of respect for the way he responded. He didn't have to respond the way he.
When local white youths started egging the picket line and punching various people, police intervened. They arrested 15 people, only five of whom were the white attackers. All but one of the blacks who were jailed accepted the 5 bail and were freed. But Nash.
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World War II. Her mother worked as a keypunch operator during the war, leaving Nash in the care of her grandmother, Carrie Bolton, until age 7. Bolton was a cultured woman, known for her refinement and manners. 3 After the war, Nash's parents' marriage ended.
Nash acknowledged that she looked forward to personal growth during her time in college and wanted to explore the challenging issues of the time. 5 In Nashville, she was first exposed to the full force of Jim Crow laws and customs and their effect on.
This helped gain Congressional passage of the. Voting Rights Act of 1965, which authorized the federal government to oversee and enforce state practices to ensure that. African Americans and other minorities were not prevented from registering and voting. Contents Early life edit Nash was born.
There, the SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference), at Ella Baker 's request, sponsored the students' meeting on April 15. 5 6 Martin Luther King envisioned a simple SCLC student league, but Baker herself advised the youth to remain autonomous and follow their own principles. 6.
Diane Judith Nash (born May 15, 1938) is an American civil rights activist, and a leader and strategist of the student wing of the Civil Rights Movement. Nash's campaigns were among the most successful of the era. Her efforts included the first successful civil rights.
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