The Nation magazine features a multimedia timeline on the struggle for racial justice, from 1865 to 1919Breaking News
tags: civil rights, Race
Since its founding in 1865, The Nation has been a home for writers instigating, reporting on, and arguing about struggles for social and economic justice. During our anniversary year, TheNation.com will highlight one “Nation Ideal” every month or two. We’ll celebrate by offering Journeys Through History—interactive multimedia timelines that present the history of each Ideal, complete with archival photographs and video. Our first Journey Through History presents the Part I of the history of the fight for civil rights and racial justice, from 1865 to 1919. You can find Part II here, Part III here, Part IV here, and Part V here.
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