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Seven Days of 1961
Hear history from the people who made it on the Seven Days of 1961 podcast. Activists share what happened when they challenged white supremacy, facing violence and arrest.
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5.0 stars from 12 ratings
Excellent
I am loving each moment. It breaks my heart to hear how so many people suffered so recently and are surely still suffering. Thanks for raising awareness and sharing. A great podcast!
BradNP via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/04/21
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In 1961, Black college students fought segregation. Four years later, their Supreme Court case secured First Amendment rights for future protesters. Sylvia Copper was a freshman at Southern University when she was suspended for her participation in the historic protest. She knew the risks...
Published 12/07/21
Published 12/07/21
On Nov. 11, 1961, hundreds of Black and white college students from across the Northeast flocked to Baltimore and Annapolis to conduct sit-ins, aiming to draw attention to segregated restaurants along one of the nation’s most popular travel routes. Frustrated by what they saw as a tepid federal...
Published 11/30/21
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