Oprah Winfrey Visits Recy Taylor’s Native Town To Pay Tribute To The Brave Woman
January 25, 2018
Recy Taylor was the first African-American woman who lit the sparkle of the Civil Rights Movement. Her sad life story has captured the public attention after the growth of the MeToo movement. Recently, Oprah Winfrey visited the town of Abbeville, where Taylor suffered a tragic injustice.
Recy Taylor’s contribution to the Civil Rights Movement.
A terrible case, which happened to Recy Taylor in her native town of Abbeville, won’t leave anyone indifferent. It happened in 1944, at the time when women’s rights had no power. Recy was kidnapped and raped by six white men after she walked home from church.