African Americans stage a wade-in on the beach in Biloxi on April 24, 1960 to protest the ‘White-only’ status of the beaches. A program that tells the rest of the events that happened that day in an court for the next several years will be held Thursday in Biloxi.
African Americans stage a wade-in on the beach in Biloxi on April 24, 1960 to protest the ‘White-only’ status of the beaches. A program that tells the rest of the events that happened that day in an court for the next several years will be held Thursday in Biloxi. Jim Lund Daily Herald File
African Americans stage a wade-in on the beach in Biloxi on April 24, 1960 to protest the ‘White-only’ status of the beaches. A program that tells the rest of the events that happened that day in an court for the next several years will be held Thursday in Biloxi. Jim Lund Daily Herald File

Those who answer the roll call will tell of ‘Bloody Wade-in’

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