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Civil Rights Launched the Fight for LGBT, Women's Equality

  • Aired: 09/02/2013
  • 06:12
  • Rating: NR
The civil rights movement didn't just promote equality for African-Americans. It was also a social justice springboard for other causes. To explore how the movement impacted the fight for LGBT and women's rights, Ray Suarez speaks with George Chauncey of Yale University and Ruth Rosen of the University of California, Davis.
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