Stuff You Missed in History Class

The Freedom Riders: CORE’s First Wave — In 1961, buses and terminals in the South were illegally segregated. The Civil Rights group CORE sent riders to test the law, riding from D.C., to New Orleans. However, no one was prepared for the violence that waited in Alabama.

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