Three antisegregationist leaders were marched off to jail in Albany, Ga., on charges of "disobeying an officer, congregating on the sidewalk and disorderly conduct" after they visited City Hall to see the Albany City Commission. From left, surrounded by police and detectives, are the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, and Dr. W.G. Anderson, president of the Albany Movement
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1962 July 27.