Queens College Civil Rights Archives


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A flyer promoting the Mississippi Freedom Project's Freedom Concert at Queens College. Tickets and memorabilia were sold and volunteers were wanted to help raise money for the people of Mississippi.

This is an application to travel to Mississippi to volunteer to work on the Mississippi Church Building Project.

This document suggests what the people at Queens College can do to help protect the civil rights of people in Mississippi. It is suggested that people write letters to people of importance, donate money to the Queens College Bail Bond Fund, and…

Itinerary of activities on June 24, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Article reporting on a poem written by Andrew Goodman being published.

This is a flyer promoting the "Selma Sympathy March" with the Queens County Religious, Civic, and Political Leaders.

This is the obituary for Mario Savio, a leader of the Free Speech Movement during the 1960's. He is best known for creating the model for sit-in at University of California at Berkeley and for his protests against the Vietnam War.

A flyer reprint of an article describing the "Fast For Freedom" and its success at raising awareness to the situation in Mississippi and as a fundraiser.

A questionnaire for student applicants interested in participating in the Easter Project (helping rebuild churches) in Meridian, Mississippi. Questions showed applicants situations they may face as well as helped screen applicants that could put the…

A letter from Lawrence Scott accepting an offer from Art Gatti to have another group of students come to Meridian, Mississippi to help rebuild churches. In it he cautions of increased KKK activity in the area due to groups aiding in the rebuilding.
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