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On this day in black history…

In 1958, the Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders called for a stepped up campaign against discrimination and desegregation. President Eisenhower was sharply criticized for a speech which, in effect, urged the leaders to “be patient” in seeking full citizenship rights.

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