Are Civil Rights Organizations Still Relevant? Part 1

Civil rights organizations can be credited with assisting African Americans with social, political and economic advancements. Now that achievements have been made, what's the current mission of these organizations? Are they outdated, or are they still useful? Reporter Allison Keyes begins her two-part, in-depth look at civil rights organizations.

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