November first, fifty years ago, Pack Memorial Library in downtown Asheville was desegregated.
At the time, the library was located across the street from the Vance Monument in what is now the Asheville Art Museum. The effort to end segregation was lead by a small group of high school students, the Asheville Student Committee on Racial Equality, A-SCORE. David Hurand spoke with, Viola Spells, an A-SCORE member who worked to end segregation in Asheville...
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