Famous People Who Died on April 20
Civil Rights Activist, Women's Rights Activist / 1912 - 2010
Dorothy Height was a civil rights and women's rights activist focused primarily on improving the circumstances of and opportunities for African-American women.
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profile name: Eric Harris profile occupation: Mass Murderer
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profile name: Dylan Klebold profile occupation: Mass Murderer
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profile name: Bram Stoker profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Dorothy Height profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Women's Rights Activist
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profile name: Cosmo Duff Gordon profile occupation: Athlete
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profile name: Pontiac profile occupation: Warrior
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