LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The Little Rock Nine may be the group of students who brought worldwide attention to Central High school, but the battle for equality didn't stop there. Another group of students entered Central High School doors just two years later and left an equally lasting impact. In 1959 Sybil Jordan-Hampton was one of five students who continued to fight for equality. “During my three years, not more than two people spoke to me,” Hampton said. She’s now looking back 55 years later.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- As Little Rock prepares to celebrate 60 years of an integrated Central High School, the National Park Service is working to make homes in front of the school apart of its history. With many of the homes vacant, its created an eyesore in the area. But hopefully, not for long. “It is very exciting. Just down the street here we have the mobile station that has been kept in its historic look,” said David Kilton with the National Park Service.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - One influential community leader, Annie Abrams, wants the city's future leaders to know the true value of the history of the Little Rock Nine. She is a walking history lesson. She's seen it all, experienced a lot, and is working hand in hand with the city. She is helping to prepare this year's anniversary, celebrating the integration of nine black students into the previously all-white Little Rock Central High School.
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