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The Little Rock Nine: 50 Years Later

The Little Rock Nine: 50 Years Later See current portraits of seven of the Little Rock Nine and listen to remembrances of their experiences as the first African Americans to enroll in the previously segregated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957. New York Times
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The Little Rock Nine: 50 Years Later


See current portraits of seven of the Little Rock Nine and listen to remembrances of their experiences as the first African Americans to enroll in the previously segregated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957.

New York Times

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