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Boomers are proud that their support for civil rights propelled America into a more color-blind society.
See also: Martin Luther King Jr.'s living legacy.
Inside E Street looks into the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement, and the role that the Boomers played. Lark McCarthy talks with Judy Richardson, co-editor of Hands on the Freedom Plow, associate producer of the Eyes on the Prize documentary series, and alum of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee—known as SNCC. They discuss Richardson's book that tells the story of the frontline women of the Civil Rights Movement.
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