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Segment 7 (40 Years Ago Today) #730594

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 11, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Two key moments in civil rights in the US on June 11, 1963, featured; film shown of Alabama Governor George Wallace blocking the integration of the university against the enrollment of black students James Hood†† & Vivian Malone††, of John F. Kennedy's speech & of President Johnson signing the civil rights bill in 1964. [In lengthy excerpt, KENNEDY - says the nation was founded on the idea that all men are created equal & we are confronted with a moral issue; states this is a problem that faces us all in the North & the South that leaves young Negroes without hope.]

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