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The Courier editors typeset each page by hand for the weekly six-page paper.
Montgomery, Ala became a flash point for the civil rights movement in 1965, following the Selma marches and 10 years after Rosa Parks’ refusal to leave her seat on a municipal bus. The editors of the Courier decided to move the paper’s headquarters here a
Tuskegee, Ala.—forty miles from Montgomery—was home to the Tuskegee Institute, where, starting in 1881, former slaves and their families received a formal education from Booker T. Washington.
Guests meet and greet at Pea Level, the home of famed civil rights activists Clifford and Virginia Durr, outside of Montgomery.
In an email from former Courier editor and former Crimson president Robert E. Smith ’62, FM has learned that the
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Here’s a fact I know about my Jewish grandpa: he died the day before I went to Auschwitz. I got