Civil Rights Movement -- History & Timeline, (Freedom Summer)
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To Write in the Light of Freedom
In stock online Not available in stores. One of the most successful initiatives of Freedom Summer, more than forty…. Find This Item in Store Not sold in stores. In it, you will read the hopes and dreams of Mississippi's black youth. You will be entranced by their writing and interested in knowing more about Freedom Summer and the Freedom Schools.
This is a largely unknown history of perseverance and triumph over great odds. Read on. What I remember most about the Freedom Schools is the atmosphere of hope. This extraordinary collection of newspapers suggests the spirit that came alive in the schools, and this introduction may be the best short history of the Freedom School adventure.
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Permanent Record Edward Snowden Inbunden. Based on dozens of first-time interviews with former Freedom School students and teachers and on rich archival materials, this remarkable social history of the Mississippi Freedom Schools is told from the perspective of those frequently left out of civil rights narratives that focus on national leadership or college protestors.
Hale reveals the role that school-age students played in the civil rights movement and the crucial contribution made by grassroots activists on the local level.
He also examines the challenges confronted by Freedom School activists and teachers, such as intimidation by racist Mississippians and race relations between blacks and whites within the schools. In tracing the stories of Freedom School students into adulthood, this book reveals the ways in which these individuals turned training into decades of activism. Former students and teachers speak eloquently about the principles that informed their practice and the influence that the Freedom School curriculum has had on education.
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