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Baltimore Amusement Park Integration Led To Historic Ride


Pictured, Sharon Langley is an 11-month-old baby girl, dressed in white, riding a carousel pony in suburban Baltimore. Held in place by her father, she looks at him with an uncertain gaze, unaware of her role in civil rights history.

On that day, August 28, 1963, Gwynn Oak amusement park welcomed black people through its doors for the first time, and Sharon became the first black child to ride the park’s carousel, the very one which now adorns the National Mall. near the Smithsonian Arts and Industries building in Washington, DC



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