Georgia Gilmore used her skills in the kitchen to raise funds for the Civil Rights Movement. She started a group called the 'Club from Nowhere' — deliberately named so that funds couldn’t be easily tracked and members could answer honestly that the money they had came from “nowhere.” She remained active in the civil rights movement — the day she died in 1990, she was cooking a meal to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Selma March. (S.S. Seay Sr. Educational Foundation)
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Dr. Martin Luther King on his march from Selma to Montgomery 1965.
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