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Chapter 12: Sixties Freedom On December 1, 1955, Rosa ParksChapter 12: Sixties Freedom On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks
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Core document forming part of the reports of States Parties : Barbados. 25/06/98
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Taken together, the documents below are illustrations of some of the major events from the Civil Rights movement, but should not limit your discussion
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The appellants appealed unsuccessfully to the Supreme Court of Appeal1 against their convictions and sentences. The judgment dismissing the appeals was delivered on 16 May 1997. 2
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