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Daisy Bates…(: *Civil Rights Leader*. By: Sammie. Birth & Birthplace:. She was born on November 11 th , 1914 in Huttig, Arkansas. Childhood:. Her childhood most likely fueled her to become an activist. Her mother was killed when she put up a fight against being raped by three white men.

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birth birthplace
Birth & Birthplace:
  • She was born on November 11th, 1914 in Huttig, Arkansas.
childhood
Childhood:
  • Her childhood most likely fueled her to become an activist. Her mother was killed when she put up a fight against being raped by three white men.
  • Bates took her anger not out on anyone, but on a right for change.
important facts
Important facts…
  • The identity of Daisy Bates parents has not been discovered.
  • Before the age of 7, she was taken in as a foster child.
  • At the age of 15, she met her future husband, L. C. Bates.
  • In 1957, she encouraged nine black students, including herself, to enroll into a white school which was a very big step.
  • This led to national and international recognition for their courage and persistence to fight for what they believed in.
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