1960-1963 -- Incarnational Organizing: Students Become a Major Force in the Struggle for Civil Rights

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Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section VI, "Why Come South" (Untitled Document)
Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section II-B, "Why Methodists"
John Lewis An Emergency Appeal to Southern College Students
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XIII, "Divided Churches"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section V-B, "Comments from White Church" (Untitled Document)
Ed King Curriculum Vitae: Edwin King: Civil Rights Work in 1960s, Summary
Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section II-A, "Other Attacks on Moderates"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XII, "Ministers' Projects"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section IV, "Closed Church and House Church", Continued Visits
R. E. Davis Fifty Reasons Why You Should Be A Member of the Original Ku Klux Klan
Unknown Hamer Raps
Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section I, "Introduction I"
Ed King Mississippi Life "Church"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XI-B, "Delta Ministry" (Untitled Document)
Sally Rugaber Bigotry Recrucifies Christ, Selah Says
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section V, "Pattern of Church Visits"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XX, "Footnotes"
Ed King Sixties and Sit-ins
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XI-A, "Second Church Arrests"
Sally Rugaber Bigotry Recrucifies Christ, Selah Says
Ed King White Church, Ole Miss Riots, Religion and Patriotism (Untitled Document)
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XIX, "Conclusion -- Neshoba"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section X, "1963 Christmas and Advocate"
Ed King Part IV Winter-Spring 1963 "Vicksburg"
Ed King Part IV: "Winter Spring 1963"
Ed King White Church (Part Two), Section VII, "Footnotes"
Unknown Economic and Training Needs Mississippi Delta
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XVIII, "Epistles"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section IX-B, "Advent Letter"
Ed King Ed King Reflects on His Return to Mississippi