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A fraternity struggles for freedom

By August 27, 2004

PHILADELPHIA -- The year was 1956, and the NAACP faced a grave challenge to its civil rights advocacy in the South. The State of Alabama had just ordered the NAACP to produce a list of all "members" and "agents" of the NAACP that were operating in Alabama... Download file "A fraternity struggles for freedom"

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