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Civil Rights Movement (48 images)

Updated: Nov. 13, 2008 at 3:01 PM
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Eldridge Cleaver and his wife Kathleen emerge from polling place in San Francisco on November 2, 1976, after the 41-year old Cleaver voted for the first time in his life. Cleaver is a former convicted felon who served over 9 years in various prisons, and was on parole for over 2 years. He is voting today because there are special circumstances in which convicted felons are permitted to vote, and he qualified. (UPI Photo/jh/Files)
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