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Civil rights movement.
CIVIL RIGHTS REPORTER
June 2, 2003
Little Rock Nine
Today, in Little Rock Arkansas, the school district superintendent of the Little Rock school board allowed the desegregation of a school here. Central High School added nine African American students to its population of about two thousand White students. The night before the first day of school, Arkansas' governor, Oral Faubus announced on television that the National Guard was posted at the school to prevent "evidence of disorder and threats of disorder". The governor met with President Eisenhower to discuss a one-year delay in th…
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