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Highlights of the life and legacy of a civil rights legend
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Recollections from ‘Mother of the Civil Rights Movement’
Six marchers return to the nation's capital to reflect
A look at the labor leader’s legacy of service
Once a representation of equality, it is now a source of division
Honoring the contributions of African Americans
Author and activist
American Indian Rights Activist
The Pullman Brotherhood
Railway Porters, advanced civil rights and the black middle class
How the law shaped equal rights for us all
Life spans are shorter, and disability rates are higher
A month-by-month look at a milestone year, 1963
The youngest man to receive the prestigious Peace Prize
The trailblazing naval officer talks about breaking barriers and being a role model
These women made political history
The Edisto Island Slave Cabin is one of the main center pieces of The National Museum of African American History and Culture
"Honorable Journey" charts the 70-year struggle of Japanese-Americans who came of age during World War Two
The noted journalist reflects on her civil rights fight
Three stories from the boatlift that left Cuba 36 years ago
Americans rallied for civil rights and Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of a dream
Former first lady, writers and actors recall how the classic novel changed their lives
Celebrating The Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African American military pilots who fought in World War II
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