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HerStory
The Pioneering Women of NOLA

  Visit 5 statues of real women in the public space

  Explore 6 museums and plantations which were founded by or named after women

  Stroll at 1 park which is named after women

  Get to know the female political leaders: 1 New Orleans mayor, 1 governor, 3 US female Senators and 2 US House members from Louisiana

  Cheer for New Orleans women's professional rugby team and to Women college sports teams

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The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross | Ruby Bridges Interview, School Integration | PBS

Ruby Bridges was the first African American to attend William Frantz Elementary School in 1960 in New Orleans. Episode Five of "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Prof. Henry Louis Gates, Jr." airs Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. ET on PBS. The episode examines the long road to civil rights, when the deep contradictions in American society finally became unsustainable.