Races: The Revolution

Spring 1963 will long be remembered as the time when the U.S. Negro's revolution for equality exploded on all fronts.

Negroes faced snarling police dogs. They went to jail by the thousands. They risked beatings as they sat on lunch-counter stools. They were bombed in their homes. They were clubbed down by cops. They sent out their children to battle men. In the weeks, months and even years to come, there will be lulls in the revolution. But it will revive—for, after the spring of 1963, there can be no turning back.

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