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Raye Jean Jordan Montague

Raye Montague’s mother once explained the facts of her life this way: “You’re female, you’re black and you’re going to have a segregated school education — so you’re going to have three strikes against you. But you can do anything you want to do and you can be anything you want to be.” Montague, 77, grew up in segregated Arkansas, attending all-black schools in Pine Bluff and riding in the ...

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