George Wallace’s role in Birmingham’s civil rights struggle and Wallace’s continuing influence on American politics and race relations today.
Generous financial support for this program was provided by the Rita C. Kimerling Family Fund.
The program can be viewed on the C-SPAN website at http://c-spanvideo.org/program/Segrega.
Submitted by Jim Baggett
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