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‘Count Them One By One’

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US civil rights leader Martin Luther King,Jr. (3rd from L) walks with supporters during the 'March on Washington' 28 August, 1963 after which, King delivered the 'I Have a Dream' speech from the steps of the LIncoln Memorial. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

US civil rights leader Martin Luther King,Jr. (3rd from L) walks with supporters during the ‘March on Washington’ 28 August, 1963 after which, King delivered the ‘I Have a Dream’ speech from the steps of the LIncoln Memorial. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

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BOSTON (CBS) — Civil rights champion and former MA judge Gordon Martin takes us back to Hattiesburg, Mississippi 1962 when only 12 out of 7,500 black Americans were allowed to vote.

His latest book “Count Them One By One” recounts his battle to bring the most basic of human rights to Hattiesburg.


Martin Talks With WBZ New Radio’s Dan Rea
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