Anniston Burning

Jackson Free Press | February 17, 2005
Author Phil Noble describes how the work of the Bi-Racial Human Relations Council enabled citizens of Anniston, Ala., to endure and to overcome, for the most part, the violence associated with the Civil Rights Movement in the South.

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