Little Rock Nine paved the way

Boyd, Herb
September 2007
New York Amsterdam News;9/27/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 40, p28
The article offers information on Louis Armstrong, a musician who played a significant role in the Little Rock Nine Case of Little Rock, Arkansas, that was published in "The New York Times" newspaper. Armstrong was among the nine African American students enrolled at the Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas who revolted against the practice of racial discrimination in their school.


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