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50 Years Later: A look back at the Civil Rights Act

By Robert Kelly - Goss

The Daily Advance

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The Civil Rights Act was a longtime coming and while it was on Pres. Lyndon Johnson’s watch that it was passed, there had been other attempts to pass laws that would protect all people from discrimination.

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W.C. Witherspoon was the

W.C. Witherspoon was the first African American to be on the Board. NOT Cecil Perry

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