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Byline: Suzette Hackney
TUSKEGEE, Ala. _ For one sunny day, two cities in sleepy Alabama were transported back to the 1950s, a time when the world was a very different place.
It was a time when African Americans marched for freedom, despite the dogs and water hoses that were unleashed by those who wanted to deny human rights.
It was a time when black people sang for solidarity instead of crying for pity.
It was a time when they gathered in churches to plot their course and to praise their God.
Those snapshots of history were relived Wednesday during two memorial services, one in Tuskegee and one in Montgomery.
Only this time, the guest of honor watched from a different place.
This time, she wasn't in the front of a line, marching …