MA – It’s hard, maybe impossible, to identify an iconic moment in civil rights history that doesn’t somehow have a tie to Alabama State University. Like a thumbprint invisible to the naked eye, the university left its mark on each protest, march and sit-in that happened during the civil rights movement.
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