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Montgomery, Alabama / Civil Rights #118495

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 16, 1989
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Montgomery, Alabama: Mike von Fremd) Changes in civil rights atmosphere in Montgomery, Alabama, site of beginnings of Martin Luther King's civil rights efforts, featured; scenes shown of integrated Friendly Supper Club. [DINERS - explain club's goals.] Historical film and photos shown of bus boycott led by King after black woman, Rosa Parks, refused to give up her bus seat to white man. [In 1956, KING - comments on bus boycott.] [Barber Warren THOMPSON - says he was first black to open business on this street.]

von Fremd, Mike;
Donaldson, Sam

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