Montgomery--SNCC: Circulars, newsletters, program outlines, incidents, 1963-1966 (Lucile Montgomery Papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 3, Segment 48)
@ Wisconsin Historical Society
DescriptionThis hefty folder contains primarily SNCC-produced materials from 1963-1966. It includes the following: a pamphlet on SNCC's structure and history. Newspaper clippings on SNCC and on Carver Neblett's SNCC activities. A telegram regarding Medgar Evers' assassination. A Chicago Friends of SNCC donation form for Mississippi Summer Project. Press releases on Mississippi's "genocide bill"(which threatened to criminalize illegitimacy and sterilize women against their will); on Rev. Ashton Jones' release from jail; on the need for federal protection in McComb as the result of numerous bombings; on the number of African Americans running for office in Alabama in 1965. A page from a July 1964 issue of a Leflore County, Mississippi, freedom newsletter, and copies of the SNCC staff newsletter from the same period (essentially, a running list of incidents from the South). WATS line digests from July 21-25, 1964. An article by Jerry DeMuth on "Black Belt: Alabama." SNCC memos with updated informati
Pamphlets Clippings Correspondence Forms Press Releases Newsletters Memoranda
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