Fifty years after Martin Luther King delivered his 'I have a dream' speech at the march on Washington of 28 August 1963, Gary Younge explores a defining moment in civil rights history that changed America and the world
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Ruby Bridges is famous for doing something most of us take for granted today: going to elementary school. But that simple act by one small girl played an important part in the Civil Rights Movement. Find out why
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Ruby Bridges visited the White House to see how a painting commemorating her personal and historic milestone looks hanging on the wall outside of the Oval Office. American Artist Norman Rockwell was criticized by some when this painting first appeared on the cover of Look magazine on January 14,1964
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