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What Can You Do?

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What Can You Do?

Description

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 volunteer to work on freedom projects.

Subject

Mississippi Freedom Project
Queens College (New York, N.Y.)

Creator

The Student Association

Source

ArthurGattiCollection.Box1.Folder2.

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

c. 1960's

Date Created

2014-06-10

Rights

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Format

Image
JPEG

Extent

17 KB

Language

English

Type

Text

Spatial Coverage

Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Text

What Can You Do?

1- You can make a donation to the Queens College CORE Bail Bond Fund
2- You can write letters to Senators, Congressman, President Johnson, and Attorney General Kennedy, urging them to use Federal Forces in Mississippi to protect the civil rights workers and the citizens.
3- You can discuss the above with your classmates, parents, neighbors, relatives, and friends, soliciting contributions to the Bail Bond Fund and urging them to write letters.
4- You can go to the Student Association office CMC212, any day between 8 A.M. and 10 P.M., and volunteer to work on these and other related projects.

Original Format

8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm)
Flier
Paper

Citation

The Student Association, “What Can You Do?,” Queens College Civil Rights Archives, accessed May 26, 2022, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/civilrights/items/show/247.

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