"Freedom Summer tragedy: how three young boys deaths spurred the President, the FBI, the media and the American people to notice the Civil Rights Movement"
SubjectGoodman, Andrew, 1943-1964.; Chaney, James Earl, 1943-1964.; Schwerner, Michael Henry, 1939-1964.; Murder--Mississippi--Neshoba County--History--20th century.; Civil rights workers--Crimes against--Mississippi--Neshoba County--History--20th century.; Civil rights movement--United States.; African Americans--Civil rights--History--20th century.; Racism--United States--History--20th century.
Faculty Advisor: David Skidmore, Professor Department of Politics and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences Drake University. Student editorial board for the Spring 2006 issue include: Teresa Abbey, Brittany Buchholz, Brett Myrick and Jeff Scheiber.
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