Allen--Freedom School mimeo materials 1963-64 (Pamela P. Allen papers, 1967-1974; Archives Main Stacks, M85-013, Folder 1)
@ Wisconsin Historical Society
DescriptionAssorted documents relating to Freedom Summer: “Freedom School Data” (COFO); “The General Condition of the Mississippi Negro” (SNCC); “Declaration of Independence” by Freedom School students; “If You Are Arrested in Mississippi” (NAACP); petition to LBJ seeking federal protection for civil rights workers; “Voter Registration Laws in Mississippi”; “Triple Revolution: Cybernation, Weaponry, Human Rights”; “Revolution and Water” by Dave Dellinger; “Growing up Absorbed” by Paul Goodman; “Ole Miss Prof [Russell Barrett] Hits State Voting Barriers”; “Rifle Squads or the Beloved Community” by A. J. Muste; “Special Report: Federal Programs Project” (COFO); “Mathematics” (Freedom School assessment test); “’Snick’: The Battle-Scarred Youngsters” by Howard Zinn (The Nation); “Ragged, Rugged Snick: What It Is and What It Does” (Chicago Daily News); “How Non-Violent Warrior Feels on Firing Line in Rural Dixie” (Chicago Sun-Times); SNCC Incident Summary for March 1965; issue of The Student Voice (At
Press Releases Flyers And Handbills Reports And Surveys Clippings Statistics Newsletters
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