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This archbishop worked tirelessly to win equal rights for all citizens and end apartheid peacefully. A. Kwame Nkrumah B. Nelson Mandela C. Jomo Kenyatta D. Desmond Tutu
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User: This archbishop worked tirelessly to win equal rights for all citizens and end apartheid peacefully. A. Kwame Nkrumah B. Nelson Mandela C. Jomo Kenyatta D. Desmond Tutu

Weegy: Desmond Tutu worked tirelessly to win equal rights for all citizens and end apartheid peacefully.

User: She was a female legislator who served in the House of Representatives from 1973-1979 and drew national attention for her role in congressional hearings on the impeachment of President Nixon. A. Condoleezza Rice B. Shirley Chisholm C. Barbara Jordan D. Virginia Wilder

Weegy: Shirley Chisholm - was a female legislator who served in the House of Representatives from 1973-1979 and drew national attention for her role in congressional hearings on the impeachment of President Nixon.
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