Southern Regional Council Civil Rights Crisis: A Synopsis of Recent Developments
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One synopsis dated July 26, 1963 related to protests in the South from June 24 to July 24 1963. Scope of list contains instances in Alabama cities: Bessemer, Birmingham, Gadsden, Huntsville, Montgomery, Talladega, and Selma; Arkansas cities: Gillett, Hot Springs, Little Rock, Pine Bluff; and Florida cities: Bradenton, Clearwater and Cocoa. Occurrences mentioned are church bombings, picketing against wage discrimination, sit-ins, demonstrations, committee meetings and successes.
Southern Regional Council formulated in 1944 to combat racial violence and advocate for equality in the Southern states.
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