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Vivian Malone and James Hood become the first two Black students to register at the University of Alabama.
A look at the significant contributions Black women made to the civil rights movement.
James A. Hood, who made history as one of the first two African-American students to enroll at the University of Alabama, died recently at age 70.
The University of Alabama publicly apologized for its history of slavery on April 20, 2002.
Attorney General Eric Holder tackles gun control, voting rights and other issues in NAACP speech.
President Obama signs legislation to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the four black girls killed in the bombing.