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What happened to blacks during the Civil Rights Movement?
"In May 1956 Alabama politicians stood on the beach of history and tried to hold back the tide. They outlawed the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), in a desperate attempt to halt the movement for Negro equality. It turned out their action had the opposite effect- it backfired. Almost immediately the Negroes of Birmingham came together to form a movement which shook Birmingham and the rest of America." (Clayborne Carson,
When the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) mounted its campaign of mass protests in Birmingham, AL, in April and May 1963, t…
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