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Mississippi Museum to Look Back at Civil Rights History

In the 1950s and 1960s, the southern U.S. state of Mississippi had a reputation worldwide as a hotbed of white racism, where black people were segregated by law and denied many basic rights. The civil rights movement faced hostility and violence in Mississippi until federal legislation ended segregation there and in other southern states in the mid-1960s. On Oct. 24, there will be a ground-breaking ceremony in the state capital of Jackson for a museum that will tell the story of that ...

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