Clara Mae Luper | "face of the Oklahoma Civil Rights Movement"...In 1958, she led a group of children, including her own, in a sit-in protest at Oklahoma City's Katz Drug Store, which refused to serve Black customers. "They were spat upon, burned with hot grease, even kicked and punched." She participated in the historic March on Washington, D.C., and the Selma, Alabama March. She was arrested 26 times in Civil Rights activities. She understood the power of committed nonviolent protest.