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A high school government class wanted to help solve civil rights crimes. So they drafted a bill that is now law

Carma Hassan, CNN

They weren't born when the civil rights movement ended. Even many of their parents weren't alive then. And yet a high school class in Hightstown, New Jersey, has found an impressive way to shed light on unsolved civil rights crimes from the 1950s and '60s.

Teens successfully tweet Trump for support of archives bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — All the bill needed to become law was President Donald Trump's signature. It would create a national archive of documents from civil rights cold cases. Students had been working...

Students draft a bill signed into law by President Trump

ABC News

High school students draft bill to uncover decades old civil rights cold case records. President Trump signed the students bill into law in January making history.

A high school government class wanted to help solve civil rights crimes. So they drafted a bill that is now law

They weren’t born when the civil rights movement ended. Even many of their parents weren’t alive then. And yet a high school class in Hightstown, New Jersey, has found an impressive way to shed light on unsolved civil rights crimes from the 1950s and ’60s. The AP class, studying US government, drafted a bill that …

Hightstown High students see efforts succeed with signing of federal law

LEA KAHN, Staff Writer

For Oslene Johnson, it was the thought that the families of the victims of more than 100 racially motivated murders would never know much about the incidents – except that

NJ high school students draft bill that was signed by President Trump into law

A group of New Jersey high school students can say that they drafted a bill that was actually signed into law by a United States president.