VIERA, Fla. (AP) — In 1946, the civil legal rights activism of Brevard County educators Harry and Harriette Moore took their positions. In 2021, it gave them again. Approximately 70 a long time immediately after their murders, the Brevard County Faculty Board on Tuesday handed a resolution formally recognizing the unjust firings of the Moores — a pair of early Black civil legal rights leaders usually known as the movement’s “first martyrs” — and posthumously declaring them “Brevard General public Universities Teachers Emeritus.”
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