Uncommon Voices – Mary Hudson

Mary Hudson was born at the start of the Civil rights movement and grew up with the hope and pain of the time. As a young child in the late 50’s/early 60’s, she picked cotton. In the ’70s, she was jailed for protesting segregated schools, 17 years after Brown vs. Board. And today, she’s working remotely in our new work-from-home world.

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