The Dionne Quintuplets born in 1934 are the first quintuplets known to survive infancy. It is believed they were all identical.   Born to a poor family in Canada the government took custody and raised them in "Quintland" which became a popular tourist attraction.  They later said "Our lives have been ruined by the exploitation we suffered at the hands of the government of Ontario, our place of birth. We were displayed as a curiosity three times a day for millions of tourists."

Dionne Quintuplets born at their home in Canada, 1934 and exploited by the doctor who attended. Their lives were tragic and they were treated as zoo inmates. A truly sad story.

Elizabeth Eckford, one of the Little Rock Nine in 1957, went on to earn a BA in history.

Elizabeth Eckford is one of the African American students known as the Little Rock Nine. On September she and eight other African American students attempted to enter Little Rock Central High School, which had previously only accepted white students

Canadian Painter: Emily Carr Victoria, B.C.  "You will have to experiment and try things out for yourself and you will not be sure of what you are doing. That's all right, you are feeling your way into the thing."  Emily Carr

Famous Canadian Painter: Emily Carr artist and writer heavily inspired by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Nellie McClung, nee Mooney (1873 -1951), was a Canadian feminist, politician, and social activist. In 1927, McClung and four other women -  "The Famous Five" launched the "Persons Case," contending that women could be "qualified persons" eligible to sit in the Senate. They won on appeal.

Nellie McClung "Never underestimate the power of woman" Nellie McClung was a Canadian feminist, politician, and social activist. She was a part of the social and moral reform movements prevalent in Western Canada in the early

Thousands of civil rights supporters gather outside a chapel in Selma, Ala., on March 21, 1965, the start of a five-day, 50-mile march on the Alabama state Capitol at Montgomery. The march will be led by the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, who spoke at this church service preceding the march. Supporters of black voting rights will march from Selma to Montgomery to protest the killing of a demonstrator by a state trooper and to improve voter registration for blacks, who are discouraged to…

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: His life in pictures

Made by History Analysis Charlottesville showed that liberalism can’t defeat white supremacy. Only direct action can. It's time to stop relying on markets and multiculturalism, and start engaging in real activism.

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Do you know who is on your bills? Some people all Canadians should be able to recognize.

Canadian Frontier Banknotes faces - Banknotes of the Canadian dollar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia