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This Day in Georgia History

August 12, 1962

Churches Allowed Blacks to Attend

In Albany, Georgia, St. Teresa’s Catholic Church and St. Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church allowed blacks to attend services for the first time. For more, see the Albany Movement and the Civil Rights Digital Library.