The Civil Rights Movement: Striving for Justice (Reform Movements in American History)

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Describes the efforts of African Americans to gain equal civil rights from the time the Civil War ended until the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964.

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Researching through photographs and archival materials from sources including York College's Levitt Library, the Kilgore Library, the Anna Bemis Palmer Museum, and private collections, York College professors Tim McNeese, Bev McNeese, and Christi Lones have put together a unique photographic pastiche of 125 years of York College history and its continuing mission.

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