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    • Tosha Jones

      'The African American girl in the foreground is Elizabeth Eckford, one of the so-called Little Rock Nine. On September 4, 1957, she and eight other African American students attempted to enter Little Rock Central High School, which had previously only accepted white students.' Via http://filipspagnoli.files.wordpress.com/ *Note* the girl "yelling" in the back, is now best friends with Elizabeth.

    • World Journalism Prep

      Just over 50 years ago, in Little Rock, Arkansas, nine brave black students stood up for their rights and made history. The integration of Central High School in Little Rock changed the course of education in America forever, and became one of the pivotal points in the Civil Rights Movement.

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