SOMETHING MUST BE DONE ABOUT PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY: A Family, a Virginia Town, a Civil Rights Battle
This provocative true story reveals a little known chapter of American history, the period after the Brown v. Board of Education decision when Virginia's Prince Edward County, refusing to integrate, closed its public schools, locking and chaining the doors denying 1700 Black children the right to an education. Photos.
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