BY TORI SAMPSON
Four women make up the staff of the Richmond branch of the Virginia Office for Civil Rights in 1963. Their walls are decorated with posters touting “justice for women” and “unrestricted voting rights," but the phone calls they get are vicious. A powerful testament to the forgotten role of women in the civil rights movement.
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