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How many white people died in the civil rights movement?

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A good number of people died in the Civil Rights Movement. Here are a few names of white activists who were killed:

Rev. James Reeb, Viola Liuzzo, Samuel Younge, Johnathan Daniels, Rev. Jimmy Lee Jackson, Andrew Goodman and Michael Henry Schwerner are the ones I know of.

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