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Governor Beverly Perdue calls it “naked racism”

In what civil rights leaders across the nation are calling a “significant” moment in the civil rights movement, North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue has granted individual pardons of actual innocence to members of the Wilmington Ten. ...

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Gov. Perdue Issues Pardon of Innocence for Wilmington 10

Justice demands that this stain finally be removed. The process in which this case was tried was fundamentally flawed. ...

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Deadline looms for Gov. Perdue’s Wilmington Ten pardon decision

Now that the 2012 presidential and gubernatorial elections are history, supporters for Gov. Beverly Perdue to grant individual pardons of innocence for the Wilmington Ten are focused to building more overwhelming public support for the cause before she leaves office on Dec. 31st. ...

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OUR VOICE, “WE’LL GET IT DONE, CONNIE”–WEEK OF AUGUST 9-15, 2012

It is truly sad, indeed, that Connie Tindall, 62, will be laid to rest tomorrow, never seeing what he wanted more than anything else -- having his name cleared by the state of North Carolina for crimes he did not commit as a member of the Wilmington Ten ...

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