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Birmingham Bar Association Bulletin - Winter 2013

IN 1963, “LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS” WASN’T A RIGHT. IT WAS A DESTINATION. In January 1963, George C. Wallace declared, “segregation now…segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!” as he became Governor of Alabama. Before the year ended, Martin Luther King, Jr. had proclaimed, “I have a dream” to hundreds of thousands gathered in Washington, D.C.; and the path to freedom for all Americans had begun. Experience the year that forever transformed our world with 1963: How the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement Changed America and the World, the moving new book by Birmingham News reporter Barnett Wright. It makes a great holiday gift! But supplies are limited, get your’s today. AVAILABLE IN BOOKSTORES NOW · $24.95 Also for sale at The Birmingham News, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and online at Amazon and bhamstore.com 1963: How the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement Changed America and the World


Birmingham Bar Association Bulletin - Winter 2013
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