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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

1963: Civil Rights 50th Anniversary

  • Aired: 06/21/2013
  • 07:55
  • Rating: NR
The civil rights movement was both “the work of the Lord and the work of freedom,” says author Taylor Branch. “It took redemption, and it took faith and tenacity, not just an empty, simple hope.”
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Churches in 1963 were “the great buttress for the movement,” says historian Taylor Branch.
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