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Walter Edgar's Journal

The Civil Rights Movement, 1963 - A Pivotal Year


Friday - November 08, 2013


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About This Show

In the Civil Rights movement, 1963 was a pivotal year, now remembered for the violent resistance to desegregation in Alabama and Mississippi, and for the momentous March on Washington. It was also a year of great change in South Carolina, with a number of important Civil Rights initiatives and achievements.

Joining Dr. Edgar, to look back at the events of 1963, are Dr. Bobby Donaldson of the University of South Carolina and Dr. Jon Hale of the College of Charleston.


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