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Remember the Titans
The true story of the forced integration of a 1971 Virginia high school football team shows how we can all get along if race and background are put aside for the sake of the common goal. T. C. Williams is named for a former superintendent of schools who served from the mid-1930s until the mid-1960s. Virginia, like many other Southern states had a history of segregated schools. "Jim Crow Laws" which was the basic term for legal segregation took long to up by federal courts, had effectively created two separate societies. The two societies were "separate," but they were barely "equal."…
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