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Stand! Untold Stories from the Civil Rights Movement

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Stand! Untold Stories from the Civil Rights Movement

In the Spring of 1962, a group of students from Miles College led a boycott of Birmingham's downtown merchants, supported by Miles College's President, selected faculty, local housewives and members of Birmingham's white community. The documentary tells the often overlooked story of this chapter in the fight against segregation, the success of which led Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to come to Birmingham.

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