Fort Wayne Civil Rights Leader Passes Away

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One of Fort Wayne's most important civil rights leaders has passed away.  Ninety-year-old Hana Stith was a co-founder of the city's African/African-American Historical Museum and taught school for thirty-six years.  She was one of the first African-American teachers hired by Fort Wayne Community Schools.  Stith also taught Sunday school for seventeen years.

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