The Ten Commandments and Civil Rights Many supporters of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore claim that his Ten Commandments monument is a civil rights issue, and not a religious issue. To discuss that idea further, NPR's Madeleine Brand talks to Ozell Sutton, a civil rights activist who marched with The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Many supporters of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore claim that his Ten Commandments monument is a civil rights issue, and not a religious issue. To discuss that idea further, NPR's Madeleine Brand talks to Ozell Sutton, a civil rights activist who marched with The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.