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Teenagers have always played a role in shaping history – before there was Greta Thunberg or Zy Bryant, there was Barbara Johns. Visit this virtual tour of the Moton Museum and learn how a 15 year old girl led a student walkout before Rosa Parks gave up her seat on a bus, and helped change American education forever.

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