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Civil Rights Movement Begins

Montgomery, Alabama, became the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in 1955 when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white person on a segregated bus. Martin Luther King, Jr., emerged as the leader when he organized a non-violent protest movement which led to a 381 day bus boycott that was successful in ending segregated seating on Montgomery’s buses.

The Boss

"This country…had a national amnesia. We fooled ourselves. We wanted to fool ourselves that ... more

Can’t Live Without Your Love and Affection

"My first conscious memory was sitting off to the side of the stage as a two-year-old…watching ... more

Battle of Midway

It was a gross underestimation of American power. In 1942, Japanese forces planned a complex ... more
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