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Politics, Civil Rights, & Law in Black Atlanta 1870-1970
Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr. (au). The Civil Rights movement in Atlanta is most often equated with the tireless work & inspiring words of Dr. Martin Luther King. However, a host of other courageous individuals, both known & unknown, came before, during, & after Dr. King to face the challenges of racism & segregation in the South. This unique pictorial history celebrates these people, their accomplishments, & the legacy they left for today’s African-American youth in Atlanta. Here are 200 historic images of the people, places, & events that shaped the movement in & around Atlanta from 1870 to 1970. The images are coupled with an informative & engaging text by Atlanta historian Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr., who has been honored for his work in preserving African-American history.
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