SOURCE: USA Today
C.T. Vivian was a Giant Figure in the Civil Rights Movement: 5 Things You May Not Have Known about Him
Vivian was a monumental figure in the Civil Rights Movement, with a stretch of advocating for racial equality for more than six decades from his first sit-in demonstrations in the 1940s in Peoria, Illinois.
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