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Most of the Freedom Riders of the 1960′s civil rights movement were college age and older but there was one activist who wasn’t even old enough to drive at the time when he got involved, that man was Hezekiah Watkins. Listen as he shares his incredible story of courage plus Gwen Harmon, Director of the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center is here to talk about the important work they do to preserve the history and achievements of African Americans in Mississippi.
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