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Oral Histories ofCivil Rights Foot Soldiers

Foot Soldiers were significant contributors to the civil rights and voting rights movement in the 1960s. The movement is associated with major events like The March on Washington, "Bloody Sunday," Selma to Montgomery March, desegregation of Universities of Alabama and Mississippi, and Voting Rights Act of 1965. The National Voting Museum and Institute partnered with Wallace Community College to preserve and provide access to valuable interviews with the Foot Soldiers.

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