Freedom on my Mind - Mississippi Voter Registration in the 1960's

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Zoe

A unique look at the Freedom Summer in Mississippi, I enjoyed learning about it through the voices of those who participated in the movement, recounting successes and challenges, but also the instances of “culture shock” that can occur right here in the U.S.

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