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Jackie Robinson Biopic Bittersweet Tale of Courage
Rosa Parks Honored with US Capital Statue
Author Simeon Wright shares about his book, Simeon's Story: An Eyewitness Account of the Kidnapping of Emmett Till.
So. Baptists: Gay Marriage Not Civil Rights Issue
Today, Frederick Douglass is inspiring a new movement among conservative African Americans.
In 1955, Emmett Till was lynched for whistling at a white woman. Till's cousin, Simeon, forgives those responsible.
"I saw those state troopers with their billy clubs. They took one end of the billy club in one hand and began to beat heads. I saw blood flowing. I heard pandemonium break out as they lobbed gas canisters over in the crowd."
Former Time Magazine Senior Correspondent and prolific author David Aikman joins The 700 Club to share more about a book he wrote called Billy Graham: His Life and Influence.
Ninety-six-year-old Johnnie Rebbeca Carr is a woman who devoted her entire life to the civil rights struggle in Montgomery.
The civil rights movement ended years ago -- but charges of racism have not.
As the campaign enters its final days, John McCain is stressing two themes in his comeback bid against Barack Obama.
The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., can speak to women about abortion issues, because she has had two of her own.
Forgiving Racial Injustice: Simeon's Story
'Frederick Douglass' Republicans Woo Black Voters
CBN News Special: Race in America