activism, boycotting

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Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section II-A, "Other Attacks on Moderates"
Ed King Sixties and Sit-ins
1955 Unknown Buses Boycotted Over Race Issue
1956 Unknown Buses Uncaught
1957 Unknown Boycott Menaces Integrated Farm
1960 Unknown White Minister and Negro Companion Fined $200 Each
1960 Unknown First of Negro Appeal Cases Nearing Jury
1960 Unknown Walkout Plan Hit: Appeal
1960 Unknown Heavy Fines Levied On Mixed Eaters
1960 Dick Hines 20 Post Appeal Bonds in Disorderly Conduct
1960 Unknown 50 Hymn-Singing Students Parade in Rain on Campus
1960 John M. Mecartney Will "Pray-Ins" Follow "Sit-Ins"?
1961 Unknown Mixed Dining Ruling Set Aside
1963 Jerry DeLaughter Methodists Sever King Connections
1963 C. Herbert Oliver Dollars and Sense
1963 Unknown N.A.A.C.P. Weighs Boycott in Rhode Island Campaign
1963 Nonviolent Agitation Association of College Pupils The Voice of the Movement November 1963 Issue
1963 Unknown Boycott of Schools in Boston Slated
1963 Unknown Busy Fall
1963 Unknown Bombing Reward Passes $76,000
1963 Ed King Statement by the Rev. R. Edwin King, Chaplain of Tougaloo Southern Christian College
1963 Unknown Four Yale University Divinity School Students Describe...A Week in Mississippi
1963 Brewster Kneen Letter from Brewster Kneen to John R. Salter (04/01/1963)
1963 Unknown Notes from a COFO Meeting (Untitled Document)
1963 Julie Zaugg "Minutes" Tougaloo Movement, Fall 1963
1963 Jeannette King King Family Christmas Letter(Untitled Document)
1963 G.R. Weaver Notes on the Consultation on Jackson Mississippi Held on October 31, 1963 in New York City
1963
Medgar W. Evers
Doris Allison
John R. Salter
Letter from Jackson NAACP Branches to Ross R. Barnett, Allen E. Thompson, et al. (Untitled Document)
1963 Unknown The Student Voice November 1963 Issue
1964 Christopher Jencks Mississippi: From Conversion to Coercion