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The “Mother” of the Civil Rights Movement

Growing up in the south, we always made sure we gave our Mother Red Roses on Mother's Day.

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We have covered here the dedication of the birthplace of Septima P. Clark at 105 Wentworth Street, Charleston, SC in 1898.

Mother’s Day is May 13, 2018 and we wish to recognize her again here, and to all of our Backpackers and their mothers, Happy Mother’s Day!

Enjoy your day!  Thank you for all that you do!

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