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California Civil Rights Hero Opened State's Public Schools to Native Americans


If Californians ever doubt the power of one person to change history, they need only reflect on the life of Alice Piper, whose courageous insistence on her right to attend public schools led to a state Supreme Court decision that for the first time allowed Native Americans like Alice to go to local public schools instead of “separate but hardly equal” Indian schools.

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