Freedom Riders Burned Bus
Freedom Riders on a Greyhound bus sponsored by the Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE), sit on the ground outside the bus after it was set afire by a group of whites who met the Negro and white group on arrival here, Anniston, Alabama, May 14, 1961. After
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14 May, 1961
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