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Resource ID: #21361
Subject: Civil Rights
Source: Los Angeles Times
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Date: 9-May

Description

This report by the Los Angeles Times focuses on the quiet, rarely recognized individuals involved in the Civil Rights Movement, including one of the first black students to be enrolled in a previously all-white high school. In 1957, Josephine Brown was enrolled in Greensboro Senior High School and became the first black person to graduate from an integrated school in North Carolina.

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