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1963 Children's March, and its effects on the Civil Rights struggle.

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At a  time when neither side was making headway or giving in, the children of Birmingham stood up and walked out into the streets to assist Dr. King in fighting for the rights of the nation's Black citizens, leading to President Kennedy signaling his intentions to cast federal civil rights legislation.

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