Charlie Brady Hauser

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American politician

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According to Wikipedia, Charlie Brady Hauser , was an educator and legislator. He was a professor of education at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina for 21 years, and served two terms in the North Carolina General Assembly. He had also taught education at West Virginia State College. Dr. Hauser described himself as the "second strike" against segregated travel in America for refusing to move to the back of a bus in 1947, the "first strike" being credited to Irene Morgan Kirkaldy, a black woman whose refusal to give up her bus seat to white passengers in 1944 led to a landmark United States Supreme Court decision more than 10 years before Rosa Parks.

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