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Hear Stories from the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky

Hear Stories from the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky
Half a day

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Kentucky Historical Society

This award winning, multi-faceted project went beyond the collection and transcription of interviews on African American history and civil rights by providing thousands of Kentuckians with multiple platforms for connecting to the stories shared in more than 175 interviews.

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