Archie Stewart, 87,  looks at a historical marker near the Jackson County Courthouse in Scottsboro, Ala., Sunday Jan. 25, 2004.  Stewart was just 14-years-old in 1931 when the Scottsboro boys were arrested in Scottsboro, Ala. Stewart later became a force in the civil rights movement, founding the Jackson County chapter of the NAACP. Nine black men, later known as the Scottsboro Boys, were accused of raping two white girls.     (AP Photo/The Huntsvilel Times,  Laranda Nichols)
Archie Stewart, 87, looks at a historical marker near the Jackson County Courthouse in Scottsboro, Ala., Sunday Jan. 25, 2004. Stewart was just 14-years-old in 1931 when the Scottsboro boys were arrested in Scottsboro, Ala. Stewart later became a force in the civil rights movement, founding the Jackson County chapter of the NAACP. Nine black men, later known as the Scottsboro Boys, were accused of raping two white girls. (AP Photo/The Huntsvilel Times, Laranda Nichols)
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published Sunday, September 18th, 2011
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