● Daisy Bates:
Daisy Bates was a civil rights activist who played a major role in the Little Rock Integration Crisis of 1957. Born November 11, 1914, Bates was also known to be a lecturer, publisher and journalist. While living in Little Rock, she used her voice and pain to become a figure in the civil rights movement, leading the NAACP chapter. Bates also advised and guided nine students known as Little Rock Nine when they attempted to enroll at an all White school. She died in Little Rock, November 4, 1999 after years of work focused on ending hatred of Black people.