Various [Group of 41 pieces, including small broadsides, flyers, pamphlets, booklets about Civil Rights topics, 1963-1989] [Decimalized .01-.36]
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Collection consisting of 41 items dated 1947 to 1989 related to Civil Rights era. Items include circular letters, donation envelopes, pamphlets, a 33 rpm record, and other materials. A small portion from the collection contain items from organizations advocating for Civil Rights such as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Southern Regional Council. Bulk of items belong to groups opposing Civil Rights. Documents highlight legal battles in Southern states related to police brutality against African-Americans, responses to the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963, anti-integration groups against the Civil Rights Act, marches that took place in Montgomery and Birmingham, and speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr.
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