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The Freedom Riders
The Freedom Rides began in the early 1960’s to test Federal court rulings which confirmed equal access to buses and other forms of interstate transportation. In 1955, the Interstate Commerce Commission ruled that blacks had the right to sit with whites on buses when traveling across state lines.
Civil Rights Icons Past & Present
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Icons in the Struggle for Racial Equality
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