Where’s Our Mississippi?

Memories of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964

KASAMA_PAMPHLET_Wheres-Our_mississippi_cover_200x266By JOHN STEELE

“In the summer of 1964, three civil rights workers were murdered in Mississippi. They are known to the world as Goodman, Chaney and Schwerner. But back then, in the days before they died, I knew them as Andy, JE, and Mickey.

I want to share with you my memories of the time we drove south together to join the Mississippi Freedom Summer project. I want to tell a bit of the story of that summer, and tell it for a purpose. I believe it has implications for today.”

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