Queens College Civil Rights Archives


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Lelia Jean Waterhouse (L) holding QC notebook and Sharon Scott (R). The books in the background were donated by the school volunteers.

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A two page list sent by COFO of suggested books for Mississippi Freedom Summer Project applicants to bring and use for teaching.

Platform of the Mississippi Freedom School Convention that took place in Meridian, Mississippi on August 6-8th, 1964.

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

Phillip Randolph speaking at the Statewide Freedom School Convention in Meridian. He was the leader of the National Sleeping Car Porters Union.

This is a two-page autobiography of Johnnie Mae Walker. She talks about the struggles throughout her life, her experience when she joined her first picket line, and how she became involved with the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.

This portion of Long Island Press' article talks about Anne Koeppicus' departure for volunteer work in Mississippi. This article is incomplete.

[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)

Bob Moses -- Statewide Freedom School Convention in Meridian

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