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At the turn of the 20th century, young British adventurer Gertrude Bell left England to travel thousands of miles across Persia, Turkey, and Arabia. Learn more about her!
On March 21, 1965, the Selma to Montgomery march mobilized 3,200 civil rights demonstrators around the issue of African American voting rights. The peaceful march ended with assaults by state police that were broadcast on national TV. Examine the significant role of news media in the civil rights movement.
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