This really interesting article is from USA Today by Jessica Bliss, and Jasmine Vaughn-Hall:
In a pair of three-story brick row houses on an avenue in northwest Baltimore, two women, Margaret Hawkins and Augusta Chissell, lived side by side.
Driven to the same city block by the forces of residential segregation, they were united by a common ambition — the push for racial and women’s equality.
Just streets away lived another activist with similar sentiments. A teacher and mother, Estelle Young was eager to see black women, including one day her own daughter, earn a spot at the polls. So, Young befriended the two women down the road.
Read the full story here.