Screenshot courtesy of Time | A family of Black tenant farmers takes a break from working in the fields to watch Alabama Governor George Wallace and his entourage drive past en route to town from the airport. Tuscaloosa, Ala., June 10, 1963.Bettmann Archive
The Quest for Racial Equality Has Always Been Different for Rural Americans
Even as the civil rights revolution brought significant gains to Black residents of cities, the story was very different in rural places.
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