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Hilton Head woman participated in civil rights 'kneel-ins' at white church

Emma Campbell, a resident of Hilton Head Island, recounts her arrival at a 'white' Protestant church in Jackson, Miss, in 1963 when she volunteered for a civil rights campaign called "kneel-ins" in which blacks attempted to integrate white churches peacefully.
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