Mary McLeod Bethune

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Noun1.Mary McLeod Bethune - United States educator who worked to improve race relations and educational opportunities for Black Americans (1875-1955)
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Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who have signed Mary Macleod from Lewis and Harris, travel to Lawsondale to take on Westdyke, while Buchan host Montrose Ladies.
Mathair Trump - The President's Mother explores the story of Mary MacLeod who left the Hebrides for America in search of a better life.
His mother, Mary Macleod, emigrated from Scotland in 1930 to join her sister in Queens: a classic case of "chain migration." When his father's father, Friedrich Trump, arrived from Germany in 1885, he was greeted by his sister Katherine and her husband, Peter Schuster.
He used the opportunity to talk about his own mother Mary MacLeod, who was born in 1912 and died in 2000.
The president's mum Mary MacLeod was from Lewis and he described Scotland as "the great nation of my ancestors".
| July 22: Great Ormond Street chairwoman Mary MacLeod says doctors and nurses have been subjected to abuse in the street and received thousands of threatening messages in recent weeks.
On Saturday, Mary MacLeod, chairman of Great Ormond Street Hospital (Gosh) where Charlie is being treated, said thousands of abusive messages including death threats had been sent to staff while families of other sick children had been harassed.
Mary MacLeod, chairman of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), in a ( statement released Saturday, said, "Great Ormond Street Hospital cares for many thousands of seriously unwell children every year, providing outstanding treatment for those who need it most.
The hospital's chair, Mary MacLeod, said: "Staff have received abuse both in the street and online.