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Digital Collections From St Kate's

1965 Undaunted

The last documents we will be addressing in the Catholic Interracial Council of the Twin Cities (CICTC) exhibit are dated 1965. However, based on the content of the last newsletter in the collection, it is likely the CICTC continued their work into 1966 and beyond. As in previous years, 1965 included significant national events, such as the Selma to Montgomery March, the assassination of Malcolm X, the intensification of the Vietnam War and resistance against it and continued efforts by the Johnson administration to remove racist policies.

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Think about...

Many individuals and organizations want to leave a legacy, something for future generations.

  • What kind of legacy do you think the CICTC gave to future generations?
  • Does the social and political environment we live in today make organizations like the CICTC more or less effective?