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As a teenager, Glendora Putnam was kicked out of the YWCA because she was black. From that moment on, she vowed to fight injustice. She went to law school and became one of the most prominent lawyers in the country. She later served as assistant attorney general of the state of Massachusetts, the first black woman to ever hold that title.

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