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Wilmington 10: Pardon of Innocence

  • Aired: 02/10/2013
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
February 6, 1971, a small grocery store in Wilmington, NC was burned down, and 10 student civil rights protestors, including former NAACP director Dr. Ben Chavis, were falsely accused, unjustly tried and convicted, and incarcerated. Known as the Wilmington 10, their names were finally cleared after a 42 year fight. Dr. Chavis and attorney for the group Irving Joyner share their story.
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Ben Chavis and Irving Joyner discuss the Wilmington 10 pardon of innocence campaign.
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