violence, police brutality

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Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XVII, "Church Jokes" (Untitled Document)
Fannie Lou Hamer Letter from Fannie Lou Hamer to Unknown Person
Ed King Jackson Movement: May - June 1964 (Untitled Document)
1960 Unknown Notes on Activism and Violence(Untitled Document)
1960 Lillian Smith Behind the Sit-Ins
1961 Frank Holloway Travel Notes from a Deep South Tourist
1963 Ed King Children's Crusades and Concentration Camps
1963 Ed King "Goals: Confrontation Strategies."
1963 Julian Bond Letter from Julian Bond to James Ridgeway
1963 Unknown Unrest After Evers Funeral (Untitled Article Fragment)
1963 Unknown 35 Are Jailed in Danville, Va., As Negroes Defy Protest Ban
1963 Claude Sitton 27 Are Arrested in Jackson Riots After Evers Rite
1963 Ed King Memo on Police Brutality (Untitled Document)
1963 W. C. Shoemaker Negroes Make Little Headway With Campaign
1963 Unknown Bombing Reward Passes $76,000
1963 Unknown News of the World: Minister Arrested in Prayer Demonstration
1963 Charles Morgan, Jr. Who is Guilty in Birmingham?
1963 Unknown White Minister Held in Jackson
1963 Unknown 24-Hour Watch Posted at Steel City Churches: Seeking to Minimize Dangers of Bombing
1963 Ed King COFO Office
1963 Ed King Jackson Movement, Spring 1963-"Children's Crusades and Concentration Camps"
1964 Unknown 3 Women Challenge House Seating: Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer, Mrs. Annie Devine, Mrs. Victoria Gray
1964 Unknown The Student Voice December 1964 Issue
1964
Jack Minnis
Fannie Lou Hamer
Transcript of Interview by Jack Minnis with Fannie Lou Hamer
1964 Ed King White Church (Part Three) V-B: "MAMMAL"
1964
James Atwater
Lynn Pelham
"If We Can Crack Mississippi...": At the Risk of Their Lives, Hundreds of Northern Students Are Challenging the Heart of the Deep South
1964 Unknown Mamie Hit!
1964 Unknown Council of Federated Organizations Records: Appendix 3: Series Identification and Description
1964 Fannie Lou Hamer Fannie Lou Hamer Affidavit (Untitled Document)
1964
Myrtle Lane
Marjory Collins
Goin' to Jail