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Published on Mar 27, 2012
On February 27, 2012, Dr. Charles Branham led a discussion in the Union Theatre of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum. The discussion examined how major leaders like Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King Jr. were regarded in their lifetimes, and how the move for civil rights was directed not only to the former Confederacy but right here in Illinois. He also explored how the black civil rights struggle has impacted the struggle for human rights and equal opportunity for all races, and how that struggle continues in major ways today.