Achievers honored

June 1996
New York Amsterdam News;6/08/96, Vol. 87 Issue 23, p18
Presents a photograph of National Council of Negro Women national president Dorothy Height and the other honorees in the 22nd Mary McLeod Bethune School Recognition Program and luncheon at the Sheraton in New York, New York.


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