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May 11, 2011 12:00 AM

Students, activists visit Rock Hill on Freedom Rides anniversary tour

"The call went out" and "the movement" answered. That's what a group of Freedom Riders of 50 years ago said Tuesday as they passed through Rock Hill, just one stop along the historic path of the May 1961 Freedom Rides protesting Jim Crow segregation in the South.

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