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The Murder of Jimmie Lee Jackson in Marion, AL

Civil Rights History
The Movement
February 18, 1965 - Moments in Civil Rights History
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Wendy Campbell, Daughter of Co-Founder of Coalition for Minority Workers

Your Stories
Your Stories
"The working conditions... were, you know, just very cruel and abusive in many cases and how the workers were treated."
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Jerome S. Bowles, Northern Kentucky NAACP

Your Stories
Your Stories
"We always have to make sure that our eyes are on the prize in terms of making sure that everybody has an equal opportunity to succeed in our society."
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Reginald K. Payne II of Dayton, Kentucky

Your Stories
Your Stories
"You can have bad grades, but bad conduct will never fly. It's all about the Golden Rule... 'Treat others as you would wish to be treated.'"
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Lincoln Ware, Talk Host, 1230 The Buzz Radio One

Your Stories
Your Stories
"The White side... looked so clean... so nice. And on the Colored side... it was rundown, everything was nasty, the floors weren't mopped."
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Rhoda Thompson, Greater Cincinnati Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Your Stories
Your Stories
"We wanted to learn about our history. So we voiced our opinion about it. As a result, there was a riot."
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The Little Rock Nine

Civil Rights History
The Movement
February 9, 1960 - Moments in Civil Rights History
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The Orangeburg Massacre

Civil Rights History
The Movement
February 8, 1968 - Moments in Civil Rights History
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Carolyn Snell on the Orangeburg Massacre

The Movement
The Movement
"They began to fire into the crowd of the students... my brother was shot in the buttocks and the leg."
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Black History Month Updates!

The Legacy
The Legacy
Site changes, new content offerings and more for Black History Month!