Matthew Little stood up for civil rights in Minnesota for 60 years

  • Article by: Randy Furst , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 27, 2014 - 11:19 PM

A longtime president of the Minneapolis NAACP, Little, 92, played a pivotal role in the struggle for civil rights in Minnesota.

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stillonlymeJan. 28, 14 9:18 AM

Put simply: A good man.

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blwhiteJan. 28, 1410:49 AM

God bless Matthew Little. His actions matched his words and he stood for how we all should live whether it be on a grand or small scale.

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rjmisencikJan. 31, 1410:43 AM

Good article but I'm surprised there was no mention of Matts U.S. Postal career. He was a Supervisor at Powderhorn Station in the 70s and was well liked by his employees.

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