April, 1963 — The Beginning of A Long Hot Summer

April 1963 — The Birmingham Campaign

Civil Rights Demonstrators and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., left, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, on May 8, 1963, in Birmingham, Alabama

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Freelance Writer, Essayist, Blogger, Curious Social Observer. E-Mail me at: aundra.willis@gmail.com or visit https://aundrawilliscarrasco.com

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