The June 12, 1963, front page of the Jackson, Miss.-based Clarion-Ledger delivers word of the drama of integrating the University of Alabama; Gov. George Wallace ended his blockade and two African-American women enrolled at the school. Learn more when the exhibits “Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement” and “Civil Rights at 50” open Aug. 2, which feature news artifacts from the era.

The June 12, 1963, front page of the Jackson, Miss.-based Clarion-Ledger delivers word of the drama of integrating the University of Alabama; Gov. George Wallace ended his blockade and two African-American women enrolled at the school. Learn more when the exhibits “Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement” and “Civil Rights at 50” open Aug. 2, which feature news artifacts from the era.

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