Robert Russa Moton Museum Pin

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Promote the lesser-known acts of resistance in the Civil Rights Movement with the Robert Russa Moton Museum pin. In April 1951, a 16-year-old, Barbara Johns, convinced an entire school to strike for better facilities. The student-led strike opened the door to the desegregation of separate but equal schools and is represented by the open door on the pin. Wear this pin on your hat or lapel and share Barbara John's story with the world.

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  • Approx. 3/4'' x 3/4''

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