Bethune


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  • noun

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United States educator who worked to improve race relations and educational opportunities for Black Americans (1875-1955)

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The Bethune site was selected as the platform for this potential investment for several strategic and financial reasons, according to senior vice president of operations, North America, Larry Kinn.
Bethune ultimately became a revered educator, activist, humanitarian, and leader who was known in her day as "the first lady of the Negro race.
Evelyn Bethune, CEO of the Mary McLeod Bethune Legacy Preservation Institute, Inc.
We're the biggest contractor for that for First Nations," said Bethune.
The house itself is where Norman Bethune, "a good doctor with a humanist heart," as Adamick has generously conceded in her letter, was born in 1922.
Roderick Stewart and Sharon Stewart, Phoenix: The Life of Norman Bethune (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2011)
Ricky Bethune of 5 Nottingham Road, Oxford, was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 2 to 3 years in state prison and placed on probation for 2 years after a Worcester Superior Court jury found him guilty Thursday on two counts of breaking and entering in the daytime with intent to commit a felony and a single count of larceny in a building.
Norman Bethune in Spain; commitment, crisis, and conspiracy.
Pete Bethune, founder of Earthrace Conservation, and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, have reached an agreement following arbitration in their long-running legal dispute.
This is the conviction upon which De Bethune bases its pursuit of excellence in the world of horology.
Ed Bethune is not a name that your Whispers team had heard in a while.
Larry Bethune, a Texas Freedom Network board member and pastor of the University Baptist Church in Austin, also expressed concern about the state picking and choosing among religious traditions.
This essay will juxtapose the leadership characteristics displayed by Bethune using primary and secondary sources about her life and work with Robert K.
The former Governor General makes this claim about the Confession's rigidity in her recent biography of Norman Bethune in the Extraordinary Canadians series edited by her husband, John Ralston Saul.
Diversity Motorsports Racing and Mary McLeod Bethune Legacy Preservation Institute Inc.