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"From the Ted Talk by T. Morgan Dixon and Vanessa Garrison: What if a million Black women launched a health revolution?"

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T. margon Dixon: I would like to tell you about the most powerful woman you've never heard of. This is steipma Clark. Remember her name: Septima Clark. Dr. King called her the "the ahecirtct of the civil rights momnveet," because she created something called Citizenship Schools. And in those scohlos, she taught ordinary women the practical skills to go back into their communities and teach people to read, because if they could read, they could vote. Well, these wemon took those organizing skills, and they became some of the most legendary civil rights activists this country has ever seen.

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T. ______ Dixon: I would like to tell you about the most powerful woman you've never heard of. This is _______ Clark. Remember her name: Septima Clark. Dr. King called her the "the _________ of the civil rights ________," because she created something called Citizenship Schools. And in those _______, she taught ordinary women the practical skills to go back into their communities and teach people to read, because if they could read, they could vote. Well, these _____ took those organizing skills, and they became some of the most legendary civil rights activists this country has ever seen.

Solution

  1. septima
  2. architect
  3. movement
  4. morgan
  5. women
  6. schools

Original Text

T. Morgan Dixon: I would like to tell you about the most powerful woman you've never heard of. This is Septima Clark. Remember her name: Septima Clark. Dr. King called her the "the architect of the civil rights movement," because she created something called Citizenship Schools. And in those schools, she taught ordinary women the practical skills to go back into their communities and teach people to read, because if they could read, they could vote. Well, these women took those organizing skills, and they became some of the most legendary civil rights activists this country has ever seen.

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septima clark 6
civil rights 4
rights movement 3
jake green 3

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civil rights movement 3

Important Words

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  2. architect
  3. called
  4. citizenship
  5. civil
  6. clark
  7. communities
  8. country
  9. created
  10. dr
  11. heard
  12. king
  13. legendary
  14. morgan
  15. movement
  16. ordinary
  17. organizing
  18. people
  19. powerful
  20. practical
  21. read
  22. remember
  23. rights
  24. schools
  25. septima
  26. skills
  27. taught
  28. teach
  29. vote
  30. woman
  31. women