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THIRTEEN SPECIALS

Louisiana Diary

  • Aired: 03/16/1964
  • 59:11
  • Rating: NR
Written, directed and narrated by Richard O. Moore, this film follows the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) from July to August 1963, as they undertake an African American voter registration drive in the town of Plaquemine, Louisiana (Iberville Parish).
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Documents a 1963 African-American voter registration drive in a small Louisiana town.
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