Sister Patricia McCann
During the Civil Rights era, Sister Patricia McCann, took Pittsburgh-area college students to Montgomery, Alabama to join the fight for African Americans seeking the right to vote. Sister McCann, a Sisters of Mercy nun, shares her experiences with OnQ.
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