Septima Poinsette Clark
105 Wentworth Street
animated by: Millicent E Brown
"We need to be taught to study rather than to believe, to inquire rather than to affirm.”
Martin Luther King called her the ‘mother of the civil rights movement’. A native Charlestonian, Septima Clark believed knowledge was the key to equality and committed her life to empowering African-Americans through literacy and citizenship.
Millicent E Brown is a retired University professor and an energetic human rights activist