FILE - In this Sept. 18, 1963 file photo, author James Baldwin, right, and Bayard Rustin, deputy director of the March on Washington, talk about civil rights incidents in Alabama during a news conference in New York. The two civil rights leaders called upon President John F. Kennedy to use troops to "break the hold" of Gov. George Wallace, otherwise "there will be rioting in Alabama" which will affect the entire nation. The arm band displayed was to be worn at a rally scheduled in New York on Sept. 22, 1963 "to protest the brutal murder of Negro children in Birmingham." (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 18, 1963 file photo, author James Baldwin, right, and Bayard Rustin, deputy director of the March on Washington, talk about civil rights incidents in Alabama during a news conference in New York. The two civil rights leaders called upon President John F. Kennedy to use troops to "break the hold" of Gov. George Wallace, otherwise "there will be rioting in Alabama" which will affect the entire nation. The arm band displayed was to be worn at a rally scheduled in New York on Sept. 22, 1963 "to protest the brutal murder of Negro children in Birmingham." (AP Photo/File)
FILE - In this Sept. 18, 1963 file photo, author James Baldwin, right, and Bayard Rustin, deputy director of the March on Washington, talk about civil rights incidents in Alabama during a news conference in New York. The two civil rights leaders called upon President John F. Kennedy to use troops to "break the hold" of Gov. George Wallace, otherwise "there will be rioting in Alabama" which will affect the entire nation. The arm band displayed was to be worn at a rally scheduled in New York on Sept. 22, 1963 "to protest the brutal murder of Negro children in Birmingham." (AP Photo/File)
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