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Obama praises legacy of civil rights activist T. J. Jemison

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President Obama on Tuesday praised the legacy of civil rights activist Reverend T. J. Jemison, who passed away earlier this month, saying that the nation was a “better place” because of his “struggle and sacrifice.” “With visionary spirit and charisma, he led the country’s first boycott of segregated seating on public buses 60 years ago, and he went on to help eradicate legal segregation and...

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