Civil rights leaders clasp hands as they sing during the closing of memorial ceremonies in New York, Sept. 22, 1963, for four girls killed in the bombing of the Birmingham, Ala., Sixteenth Street ... more 
Civil rights leaders clasp hands as they sing during the closing of memorial ceremonies in New York, Sept. 22, 1963, for four girls killed in the bombing of the Birmingham, Ala., Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From right, are: author James Baldwin; James Farmer, president of the Congress of Racial Equality; unidentified man; and veteran Socialist leader Norman Thomas. At a rally on Foley Square, Farmer charged the U.S. Department of Justice and President Kennedy with a share of the blame in the Sept. 15, bombing, and Thomas said he was "ashamed that I was a white American, when the bombing took place." (AP Photo/Jacob Harris) less 
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