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SAVF-Mississippi Freedom Project (Social Action Vertical File, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 29, Folder 21)

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Mississippi Freedom Project


This folder contains an account of the violence which occurred in McComb, Mississippi, in 1964 and a "Security Handbook," which was intended to provide civil rights workers with all the information necessary to secure their own safety. Also included are: a special report on the function of the Freedom Project's Community Centers and a first-hand account of a teacher's experience at the Meridian Freedom School.
Memoranda Reports And Surveys Correspondence
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