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Remembering the 40th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act

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Remembering the 40th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act

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Remembering the 40th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act

Remembering the 40th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act

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Day to Day recognizes the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act. David Baker, who captured the sounds of Atlanta's civil rights movement in the early 1960s, shares his memories and audio clips of that historic moment in American history. (NOTE: This segment contains language that may be offensive to some listeners. The word "nigger" is spoken repeatedly in the segment.)

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