Extracts

Name Author
How Concepts Translate on the Ground
1964: Hamer quoted biblical material with even the New York crowd.
The Problem was not Black Power; it was Organizational Management.
We still had an admiration for each other.
Dad's beating
I have total hatred toward the academy...
Sam Bowers, former Imperial Wizard of the Klu Klux Klan, on the Church
1964: The Fallout
Contradictions in faith
1967 - I don't remember not being afraid.
1960: the move back to Mississippi
Temple Baal and the Academic-Media Babylon
1964: Three Civil Rights workers murdered, precipitating events
1964: Civil Rights workers murdered, church burning investigation
1964: Civil Rights workers picked up at church, imprisoned, let go and then murdered
1964: '…can we talk our way out of it this time?'
1964: Burial site of the three Civil Rights workers
1964: Freedom Summer was a necessity. People let go of what they had.
1964: What of those people who were not Christian and such? These people had answered and yielded their hearts to the call.
1964: Klan Beating of Beatrice and Bud Cole at the burning of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church
...but now we've sanitized him...
Differences between Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) And Southern Christian Leadership Council (SCLC)
A Family Quarrel Environment
Activism Roots in Judaic-Christian Belief
New Ideologies and Philosophies
1964: The Atlantic City Defeat
...a little more in touch with God...
Integration was not our goal…
Stokely 'STARmichael'
Internationalizing Black Power