Civil Rights activists in Albany, Georgia, used a bold strategy to try to end segregation as they sought to desegregate all institutions at once. But did it work?
A Documentary on the Civil Rights Movement in Albany Georgia.
Civil Rights Digital Library. The Albany Movement.
In 1961 Albany, Georgia, was a small town of 56,000 people where 40% were African American. In August 1961 a group of students from Albany College led by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)