This Day in History: Selma to Montgomery March Begins
This Day in History: Selma
to Montgomery March Begins March 21, 1965 Led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
between 3,000 and 8,000 marchers crossed the
Edmund Pettus Bridge out of Selma to make the
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Cedric Richmond Asks James Clyburn About Dr. King Assassination
Civil Rights hero James Clyburn shared his experience on the day of Dr. King’s assassination for the first time ever. This video, "Cedric Richmond Asks James Clyburn About Dr. King Assassination",..
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Bond Increased For Man Charged With Hate Crime
Prosecutors sought and won an increase in bond on Tuesday for a man charged with hate crimes after he reportedly threatened a group of teens on bikes on the Brickell Bridge on Martin Luther King Jr...
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10 Facts About Presidents Day
10 Facts About Presidents Day 1. Presidents Day occurs on the
third Monday of February. 2. Originally, the holiday
was meant to celebrate
President George Washington. 3. In 1879, President..
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