22 people were injured and 4 young girls were killed
Addie Mae Collins, 14
Denise McNair, 11
Carole Robertson, 14
Cynthia Wesley, 14
"it all happened so fast"
The last thing she saw was her sister helping her friends out then it all went black
helped push the civil rights movement
the civil right movement
used as a meeting-place for other civil rights leaders
civil rights leaders such as
Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr., Ralph David Abernathy
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