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DC Students Pay Tribute to 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing i
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September 12, 2013 4:19 PM
Fifty years ago, the racially motivated bombing of an African American church in Birmingham, Alabama killed four little girls. The attack became a milestone in the American civil rights movement and galvanized support for the equal rights campaign. Chris Simkins reports.

DC Students Pay Tribute to 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing

Published September 12, 2013

Fifty years ago, the racially motivated bombing of an African American church in Birmingham, Alabama killed four little girls. The attack became a milestone in the American civil rights movement and galvanized support for the equal rights campaign. Chris Simkins reports.


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