The Birmingham News' June 11, 1963, front page deals with the challenge to integration at the University of Alabama by Gov. George Wallace and represents the many urgent actions taken to end the standoff. 
On Aug. 2, the Newseum will open the exhibits "Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement" and “Civil Rights at 50” which will feature news artifacts from the era.

The Birmingham News' June 11, 1963, front page deals with the challenge to integration at the University of Alabama by Gov. George Wallace and represents the many urgent actions taken to end the standoff.

On Aug. 2, the Newseum will open the exhibits "Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement" and “Civil Rights at 50” which will feature news artifacts from the era.

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