A conversation with two sons of Alabama who are speaking about their experiences and learning that are associated with the beginning struggle for civil rights and the role their state played. Dr. Howard Robinson, a university archivist at Alabama State University and one of the leaders inside the National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and the African American Culture will talk about the actions and results of what happened in that state. Curtis Wilson, was a college student and member of SNCC during those turbulent yeas and will speak about the rigors of being on the frontline of the struggle for justice.
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