Queens College Civil Rights Archives


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Schedule of a 4 day Freedom Caravan to commemorate the lives and deaths of Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner.

Guidelines for participants in the South-North Freedom Caravan and other commemorative events.

Letter to participants of the Freedom Caravan as part of the Chaney Goodman Schwerner Memorial events

Speech given by Fannie Lee Chaney in memory of her son at the Schwerner-Chaney-Goodman Memorial Service held on the grounds of the Mount Zion Church, Philadelphia, Mississippi

Program from the funeral of James E. Chaney.

Mississippi Summer Project Application filled out by Andrew Goodman.

Article promoting a three part discussion series surrounding the movie "Mississippi Burning" and two other documentaries. Published inThe New York Daily News

[Caption] Jimmy Lee Townsend, Bernard Lee Akin, Jerry McGrew Sharpe, Billy Wayne Posey, Olen Lovell Burrage, James Thomas Harris, Cecil Price (behind Harris), Lawrence Rainey, Herman Tucker, and Edgar Ray Killen at arraignment (Wide World)

[Caption] Burned station wagon discovered June 23, 1964 (Wide World)

[Caption] The bodies of the three civil rights workers were uncovered in this dam (Wide World)
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