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  2. Timothy Tyson - Wikipedia

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    Born: 1959 (age 62–63) North Carolina: Occupation: Historian, Author: Timothy B. Tyson (born 1959) is an American writer and historian from North Carolina who specializes in the issues of culture, religion, and race associated with the Civil Rights Movement of the twentieth century.

  3. Mary Louise Smith (activist) - Wikipedia

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    Mary Louise Smith (later Mary Louise Smith Ware) (born 1937) is an African-American civil rights activist.She was arrested in October 1955 at the age of 18 in Montgomery, Alabama for refusing to give up her seat on the segregated bus system.

  4. Fred Gray (attorney) - Wikipedia

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    Fred David Gray (born December 14, 1930) is a civil rights attorney, preacher, and activist in Alabama. He litigated several major civil rights cases in Alabama, including some, such as Browder v.

  5. Andrew Goodman (activist) - Wikipedia

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    Andrew Goodman (November 23, 1943 – June 21, 1964) was an American civil rights worker. He was one of three Civil Rights Movement workers murdered during Freedom Summer in Philadelphia, Mississippi in 1964 by members of the Ku Klux Klan

  6. National Civil Rights Museum - Wikipedia

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    The main museum closed in November 2012 for a $27.5 million renovation, to include changes to exhibits and upgrades to building systems. The exhibits were updated for historical accuracy and to add to their evocative power; the work was guided by a group of recognized civil rights scholars.