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Brooks Hays, a then-former member of the U.S House of Representatives from Arkansas, gave a lecture at William & Mary in March 1959 as part of the Marshall-Wythe Symposium lecture series. Hays discussed segregation, the NAACP, and other issues related to the civil rights of African Americans.

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[[Category:Biographical Sketch|Hays, Brooks]


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