Civil rights lessons in Ala. can vary by school

04/29/2013 | WBHM-FM (Birmingham, Ala.)

Educators in Alabama say the Civil Rights Movement is often taught differently, depending on whether a school has a predominantly white or African-American student body. Some Alabama teachers are trying to change that, along with Sam Pugh of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, who recently spoke in a school where he lead a group tug-of-war between "freedom" and "the establishment."

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