Bob Moses is a Harvard-trained educator who
was a leader in the 1960s civil rights movement. Born in Harlem
in 1935, Moses studied philosophy at Harvard and began teaching
at the Horace Mann School in Manhattan in 1958. He began
working with civic rights activists in 1960, eventually becoming a
leading figure in the movement. In 1982, he received a MacArthur
Fellowship. He used the fellowship money to create the Algebra
Project, a nonprofit devoted to improving minority education in math.
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