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The Albany Movement begins in the middle of 1961. The people of the city of Albany, like many Americans throughout the South, have grown increasingly impatient with segregation, increasingly impatient with the pace of change. Particularly in Albany, the young people who are inspired by the changes that have been occurring throughout the South. Specific

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By the time we get to the March on Washington, August 1963, you have 250,000 persons who were there at the March. You had a platform where you had ministers, you had many coalitions speaking, talking about the importance of civil rights and how we needed to pass legislation. We knew that President Kennedy initially

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– On this episode of C-Level, I speak with Chandra Davis, attorney and co-founding partner of ELS, The Employment Law Solution Firm. (upbeat music) – So, Chandra thank you so much for being on the episode. I’m excited about this episode because, one of the biggest things when an entrepreneur or somebody scales you’re gonna

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Rosa Parks was an African-American woman who lived in Montgomery, Alabama, and she had been active in organizing for civil rights in a reform in her community for quite some time. She had been frustrated with the treatment African Americans experienced at the hand of white supremacists. And so she had organized to protest over

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Hello. My name’s Jason Perkins. I’d like to welcome you to another episode in my Georgia Workers’ Compensation video series. I’m a Georgia Workers’ Compensation attorney, and I created this series to provide you with helpful information about the rules of Georgia Workers’ Compensation aw and the benefits available to you under it. Today, I’m

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The judicial system is made up of courts, judges, juries, defenders and prosecutors. Together, they interpret the law and decide how to punish those who break it. This is one of the three branches of government, and probably the most important for checking executive power, including Presidents and the police. On paper, judges exist to

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We’re on our way to Andersonville, Georgia We’re going to the Civil War Confederate Prison officially named Sumter, but better known as Andersonville In 1863 the Confederate Command in Richmond was looking for a place to move their Union Prisoners of War they needed a place that would be safe from Yankee rage and hopefully

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I grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana and New Orleans was a very interesting city because while it was officially segregated neighborhoods were not segregated, so I lived in a neighborhood where while there were other black families there were no black children, but my brother and me. My daddy was a dentist and he

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When the president issued the Emancipation Proclamation, it was not really something that had effect in Georgia because it was more aspirational and it was more strategic. President Lincoln was trying to increase the number of freed slaves in parts of the south who could fight against the Confederacy. But the Emancipation Proclamation did very

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