RALEIGH, N.C. — The
Voices of Civil Rights
tour will make a stop in Raleigh Thursday.
The group is going through 20 states. It is trying to create the largest archive of firsthand accounts of the Civil Rights movement.
Visitors will be allowed to submit oral or written stories.
The tour passed through Richmond, Va., Wednesday where former Gov. Douglas Wilder spoke.
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