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Civic Media Center shows documentary tonight on the life of state civil rights activist Harry T. Moore

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It’s a name not mentioned in school history books, but one tied to the American Civil Rights Movement and often thought of as the first civil rights activist. He’s Harry T. Moore and tonight the Civic Media Center will have a special presentation and discussion about him. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Jordan Matich reports on the life and times of Moore and his life and activism work featured in the documentary “Freedom Never Dies.”

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