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This school assignment is by a student of Rosalind Andrews in Farmville, VA. It is a rare surviving example of work by pupils of the volunteer teachers of the Student Help Project during the summer of 1963.

A pamphlet describing the school closure situation in Prince Edward County as well as the previous action and goals of the civil rights workers who were currently there.

A brochure promoting tourism for Farmville, Virginia

A New York Times article describing the Student Help Project in Farmville, Virginia.

A photograph depicting a doctor's office with a "Colored Entrance - Rear of Building" sign in front of it

A sign promoting registration for the Student Help Project

This is the speech Jean Konzal, née Stein, gave when she returned from Prince Edward County, VA. A trip was organized to have a group of Queens College students set up a tutorial system for students who were denied an opportunity to go to school. …

An article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch describing protests in Farmville over the right of free education.

This photograph shows Junior NAACP activists sitting-in at a segregated movie theater in Farmville, Virginia.

This photograph shows Junior NAACP activists sitting-in at a segregated movie theater in Farmville, Virginia.
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