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Discussions About the Freedom Movement
This section contains discussion transcripts and email dialogs by
veterans of the Southern Freedom Movement. Many of these discussions
were held at Bay Area Veterans of the Civil
Rights Movement meetings. Other groups of Movement veterans are
welcome to post their own discussion and email dialog transcripts in
this section by sending them to
(see Submissions Policy).
History & Timeline: 1951-1968 — Descriptions of Movement events.
The Southern Freedom Movement — Articles by Movement veterans written at the time.
Letters & Reports From the Field — By Movement veterans written at the time
Our Stories — Memories, narratives & interviews of Movement veterans.
Our Thoughts — Retrospectives and later analysis by Movement veterans.
Documents — Movement publications, reports, organizing materials, strategy papers, etc.
Women, SNCC, and Stokely
Remembering Medgar Evers & Community Role in Protecting Activists
Hands on the Freedom Plow — Author Events
The Urban Uprisings and the Southern Freedom Movement
Charlie Cobb Discusses the Freedom Movement
The Importance of SNCC
Exchange: Three White Women Students at Spelman, 1962-1964
The Black Panther Symbol
After the Movement
Selma & the March to Montgomery
Across the Racial Divide
Telling Our Stories
Jews, Religion, & the Movement
Women & Men in the Freedom Movement
The Mississippi Movement & the MFDP
What Did Our Families Think of Our Going South?
Local Folks and Civil Rights Workers
The Movement in Alabama
Discussion: Whites in SNCC, Email dialog.
James Forman, Jimmy Rogers, Ruby Sales, Jennifer Lawson, SNCC
Rosa Parks & Others Discuss the Montgomery Bus Boycott