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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents A Journey for Justice: Freedom Rider Betty Daniels Rosemond

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Photo courtesy of Betty Daniels Rosemond

In 1961, Betty Daniels Rosemond joined the Congress of Racial Equity as a Freedom Rider. A true Upstander, she and her fellow activists traveled on buses throughout the South to protest segregation, often facing racist mobs and threats of violence. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Mrs. Rosemond’s story of courage.

In 1961, Betty Daniels Rosemond joined the Congress of Racial Equity as a Freedom Rider. A true Upstander, she and her fellow activists traveled on buses throughout the South to protest segregation, often facing racist mobs and threats of violence. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Mrs. Rosemond’s story of courage.

In 1961, Betty Daniels Rosemond joined the Congress of Racial Equity as a Freedom Rider. A true Upstander, she and her fellow activists traveled on buses throughout the South to protest segregation, often facing racist mobs and threats of violence. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Mrs. Rosemond’s story of courage.

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