Michael E. Palmer / For The Los Angeles Times
Sylvia Campbell, 74, and her great-granddaughter Haleigh Rolling, 6, stand in front of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, Miss. The predominantly black church was burned down in June 1964; three civil rights workers who came to investigate were murdered. Now, Philadelphia's county has cast the majority of its votes to make Barack Obama the nation's first black president.
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