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* “50 Years: Civil Rights in Arizona from 1963 to
Date and Time:
Sunday February 24, 2013
A new exhibition at Special Collections reviews how,
50 years after the historic March on Washington,
the fight for civil rights has impacted local Tucson
communities. Highlights of the exhibit include
national civil rights legislative documents from the
Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Collections,
documents from the Tucson Council for Civic Unity
archive detailing the council’s effort to end
discrimination and segregation in Tucson and
Arizona, and photographs and papers from civil
rights groups and individuals representing the
African American, Native American, Asian American,
LGBTQ, and Mexican American communities of
Tucson. An audio kiosk playing songs from the civil
rights era is also part of the exhibition.