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The Student Voice Vol. 5, No.8

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Contents: racial violence and jailings near Natchez, Mississippi; release of Mardon R. Walker from jail; violence against civil rights demonstrations in Prince Anne, Maryland; sentencing of Dick Gregory and William Hansen in Pine Bluff, Arkansas; sentencing of Elza Jackson in Macon, Georgia; Freedom Day and voter registration efforts in Forrest County, Mississippi; civil rights demonstrations in Cambridge, Maryland; Mississippi Summer Project; U.S. Supreme Court upholds conviction of Dion T. Diamond in Louisiana; Freedom Library in Greenwood, Mississippi; qualification of Mrs. A.P. Boyington to run in Congressional primary.
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1964 03 03
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