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Idaho Black History Museum Celebrates The Role Of Law In The Fight For Civil Rights

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President Lyndon Johnson shakes the hand of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr after signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

The Idaho Black History Museum begins Black History Month with a dinner and presentation by University of Idaho associate vice president, Mike Satz. The discussion involves the use of the law to affect social engineering. Satz joins Idaho Matters with the museum's executive director, Phillip Thompson.

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