Prayer vigil for justice in front of the Fayette County Courthouse on Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky
Prayer vigils for justice were held in front of the Fayette County Courthouse on Main Street. They were usually held when Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) members were being tried for disorderly conduct for marching.
- circa 1960s
- McCann, Calvert C.
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