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    a revolutionary moment in history with stories told from the heat of the moment it's a pretty incredible document about the not so remote past in thic countryIt paints a stark picture of what Mississippi was like a

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    This book humanized the courageous efforts of volunteers and workers in the movement All too often we label leadership as a uality or skill r

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    Betita brings us letters from SNCC and CORE volunteers who went down to Mississippi to register voters and open freedom schools during the summer of 1964 It was sad to reflect on how far we still have to go and humbling to hear stories of how people have resisted

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    Its amazing how many volunteers had not told their family and how they knew how disappointed their family would be if they had told them they wanted to help deseggrate the deep south

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    Great book but also bittersweet I learned a lot about the conditions the people who not only came here but who lived here were living with Freedom summer of 1964 would change not only the lives of the black communities of rural Mississippi but of the workers themselves who came to establish schools and help reg

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FREE READ ï YOUBANG.ME î Elizabeth Martínez

N Wright Edelman president of the Children’s Defense FundThis expanded edition includes over forty pages of poetry by students in the Freedom Schools of 1964 adding the lively voices of local participants mostly teenagers to. This book humanized the courageous efforts of volunteers and workers in the movement All too often we label leadership as a uality or skill reuiring extraordinary abilities Not so We all have the potential in us we just have to retrain our eyes to recognize the ordinary acts of decency courage and compassion as a form of leadershipWell worth the read

FREE READ Letters from Mississippi Reports from Civil Rights Volunteers and Freedom School Poetry of the 1964 Freedom Summer

Letters from Mississippi Reports from Civil Rights Volunteers and Freedom School Poetry of the 1964 Freedom Summer

Those of the volunteers from the North The new edition also includes an additional dozen biographies resulting in a wider resource for scholarship and for a general understanding of this critical moment in civil rights histor. Betita brings us letters from SNCC and CORE volunteers who went down to Mississippi to register voters and open freedom schools during the summer of 1964 It was sad to reflect on how far we still have to go and humbling to hear stories of how people have resisted

FREE READ ï YOUBANG.ME î Elizabeth Martínez

“ Letters from Mississippi gives us a deeply personal look at one of the Civil Rights Movement’s key moments and reminds us that change happens because regular people have decided they were willing to fight for it” Maria. a revolutionary moment in history with stories told from the heat of the moment it s a pretty incredible document about the not so remote past in thic countryIt paints a stark picture of what Mississippi was like and yet does not hide the internal struggles and challenges faced by the volunteers who went south