In August of 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was invited to Shreveport, Louisiana to deliver a speech at the Galilee Baptist Church as part of a voter registration workshop. "Beyond ... See full summary »

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In August of 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was invited to Shreveport, Louisiana to deliver a speech at the Galilee Baptist Church as part of a voter registration workshop. "Beyond Galilee" explores how the Civil Rights movement evolved in Shreveport in the years that followed, highlighting the key events of the movement in Shreveport through the testimonies of the actual participants supplemented by news footage, rare audio, home movies and photos from the era. "Beyond Galilee" chronicles a vital part of Shreveport's history and provides much needed insight and perspective into the city's role in the national Civil Rights movement. Written by Joey Kent

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Shreveport and the struggle for Civil Rights


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December 2012 (USA)  »

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