Leona Tate, Civil Rights Icon, Talks Modern Protest Movement

It was Nov. 14, 1960 in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a 6-year-old girl, Leona Tate walked past a crowd being held back by police on horseback, broke barriers and made history.

"I still remember til' today was 18 steps we walked up and we entered the building," Tate told New York's PIX11 News. READ MORE.....

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