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Harlem series pt 5: Harlem during the civil rights era

By Sarah Lefevre

Harlem was a key location in the civil rights movement in the US in the 1950s and 1960s.

Black leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. or Malcolm X made speeches and organized marches in Harlem.

Correspondent Sarah Lefevre explores the importance of Harlem to the civil rights movement in this final report of a five-part series on the dynamic neighbourhood.

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