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Solidarity 1965

Solidarity 1965 Cause Button Museum
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Solidarity 1965 button back Cause Button Museum
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Illustration of black and white hand clasped in a handshake inside a white circle with a black border.  Black text.

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The year 1965 is significant for civil rights, beginning with the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Just months later, the Voting Rights Act secured African Americans the right to vote by constitutional amendment. Civil Rights leaders, including Martin Luther King, Jr. were present when President Lyndon Johnson signed the groundbreaking law.

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