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Destroying Segregation: The Personal Mission of Civil Rights Attorney Fred Gray

Destroying Segregation: The Personal Mission of Civil Rights Attorney Fred Gray
1 hour

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Attorney and Civil Rights icon Fred Gray played a pivotal role in the push for equality. Join the National Archives Foundation for a chance to hear rare first person accounts from Gray about how the Civil Rights movement gained momentum through bus boycotts in Alabama, how his friend Rosa Parks was ready to sit down for progress, and more.

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