We all have a voice. But if you are silent though your cause is just, how can you make a difference? In the 1950s and 1960s one person, and then another, decided that they could no longer let their voices be silent; together they formed the Civil Rights movement. The voices that rose from the Civil Rights movement helped us learn how to effect social change.
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