The Christian Spirit in Hattiesburg

Type 
Magazine Article
Year 
1964
Creator(s) 
Pages 
6-7
Month or quarter 
May-June
Doc # 
1EKI26.04
Abstract 

In this article, the authors discuss the political tensions in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, due to the controversy over black voter registration. From these tensions arises the perspective of many religious civil rights activists who view the church as a living, dynamic group of individuals rather than a static institution. Connecting religion and lived faith, civil rights activists attempt to educate voters and orchestrate demonstrations.

Additional information 

Document Description: two-page photocopy of article; located in PLT Archive folder "Ed King - Mississippi 1964 Fall Summer Plans"; contained in 1EKI26.01; comes from Ed King Collection, box 10 folder 477.

Rights 
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