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Walk A Mile In My Shoes: The 90 Year Journey Of The NAACP

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Hosts Julian Bond and Nancy Wilson trace the history and social impact of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Shows the NAACP's role in key national events, such as anti-lynching legislation, organization of African-American workers, school integration, and others. Depicts the struggles African-Americans have had for equality as United States citizens, as well as the struggles within the organization to stay true to its purposes.

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