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Alabama Governor George Wallace's attempt to bar two Black students from entering the University of Alabama in 1963 is examined and compared to the segregation barriers that still endure.
This Day in Black History: June 11, 1963
First Black students register at the University of Alabama.
Movie Exclusive: Scandal 's Nazanin Boniadi in Romantic Comedy
George Wallace, Maz Jobrani co-star in Shirin in Love.
Commentary: Paula Deen Longs for Days of Old and She’s Not Alone
The celebrity chef is being sued for racial harassment.
Commentary: A Supreme Court Decision that Remains a Benchmark
The 1954 decision called for the end of segregation.
Commentary: Congress Honors Four Little Black Girls and American Resolve
The girls were killed in a 1963 church bombing in Alabama.
This Day in Black History: April 20, 2002
University of Alabama apologized for its history of slavery.
James Hood, Student Who Desegregated University of Alabama, Is Dead
Hood made history as one of its first two Black students.