Claudette Colvin was just 15 when she harnessed the power of those who came before her, and refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus. It was 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama -- and now, 65 years later, her story is the focus of this year's National Museum of American History National Youth Summit.
Our history is full of #YouthLeaders and #ChangeMakers. What lessons can we learn from them today? Hone your power to shape our present with lessons from the past on September 22 at 3pm ET at the National Youth Summit on Teen Resistance to Systemic Racism. Register today at s.si.edu/2ZPWhuH