This issue describes Montgomery's reaction to the news of D-Day: "Radios were never turned off during the first 24 hours and there was one topic of conversation...All stores closed at 5 p.m. and at that same hour two-score buglers, stationed...
The meeting was led by Don Hallmark and featured the following speakers: Montgomery Mayor Earl James, Dr. Henry Lyon of Highland Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery Citizens' Council Chairman Carl Herbert Lancaster, and Alabama Attorney General...
In the message Wallace refers to the May 13 episode of "The Huntley-Brinkley Report," which discussed the civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama. He asks Williams and Roberts to have their congressional committee investigate the program...
This speech was originally broadcast on a local television station during the last days of the Selma to Montgomery March. In it, Porterfield denounces the demonstration, especially the "so-called preachers" who are participating. He argues that "it...
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