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http://wheelierecord.tripod.com/ Roberts BIO: Born : May 8th 1969 Robert M. Hensel was born with a birth defect know as Spina bifida. A disability that has not stopped him from achieving success in his life. Robert serves as an advocate for the disabled, an on going effort to better the rights of all Americans with disabilities. ..

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  1913 – Rosa Louise McCauley was born on the 4th of February in Tuskegee, Alabama to James McCauley, a carpenter, and Leona McCauley, a teacher.      1918- Rosa McCauley enters school in Pine Level.   1924- Rosa McCauley begins attending school in Montgomery.   1929- Rosa McCauley leaves school to care for grandmother   ..

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1608 – He was born on the 9th day of December this year in Bread Street, Cheap side, London. After his birth, his father’s prosperity provided his eldest son with private tutoring, and a place at St Paul’s School in London, where he began the study of Latin and Greek that would leave such an ..

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1892 – Born in Darlington Heights, Prince Edward County, Virginia on the 22nd of April. 1920 – He was an American minister and civil rights leader who was active in the struggle for civil rights for African Americans.          – He is considered the father of the American Civil Rights Movement, having laid the ..

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1827 – Born in Manchester on the 24th of February.          – Becker differed from many early feminists in her disputation of essentialized femininity.          – Argued that there was no natural difference between the intellect of men and women.          – Becker was a vocal advocate of a non-gendered educational system ..

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1932 – Born on November 27th in Concepcion, Tarlac. The chief opposition leader during the era of martial law in the Philippines under President Ferdinand E. Marcos. 1954 – He was only 22 years old when he first entered the world of politics – the youngest mayor of the town of Concepcion.          – ..

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