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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

Dr. King Came to Town  By Storyteller Susan O'Halloran

Dr. Martin Luther King marches through Sue’s southwest side neighborhood in Chicago in 1966. Her family’s and neighbor’s reaction plus her own conflicted feelings rise just as the KKK makes its appearance.

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"...Did you know that on that morning you were walking into a whole new culture. You were actually entering the culture of where you had been living for 12-13 years already?”

 

- Angela Lloyd
1966 Caracas, Venezuela: Day One of Junior High For An American Girl

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