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Summer 2016

Speaking Up, Fighting Back

By Ruth Rowland
Summer 2016: Speaking Up, Fighting Back

Remembering Birmingham’s Struggle for Equality

They brought in fire hoses and attack dogs, but they couldn’t stop the march toward justice. The Birmingham Civil Rights National Historical Park would tell the story of those who fought to end segregation in the city. map

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