During the 1960's we were civil rights workers in the Southern Freedom
Movement. In the years since, we've all gone our various ways in
geography and politics, but regardless of where we are now most of us
consider the Movement to be one of the defining experiences of our
lives. We believe that the bonds forged in danger, struggle, defeat, and
victory neither rust, nor wither with age. And like veterans of other
wars, we wonder where old comrades have wandered and how they have
If you were an activist in the Southern Civil Rights Movement
during the 1960s with CORE, NAACP, SCLC, SNCC, SCEF, SSOC, Delta
Ministry, Deacons for Defense, or other Southern Freedom Movement
organization you are welcome to add yourself to this veterans
roll of honor.
Please look at the Instructions and Guidelines
Name: (The name you want to be listed under)
Other: (Other names you would like included)
State: ZIP Code:
Yes, you can display my mailing address (it will not be displayed unless you check
Yes, you can display my phone number (it will not be displayed unless you check this box)
Email Address: (Required)
Yes, you can display my email address (it will not be displayed unless you check
Personal Web Site (if you have one):
Organization: Please check the organizations you worked with:
The years you were active: (For example 1962-65)
The states where you worked: (For example, Alabama, Georgia)
I am willing
to speak to groups about the Movement.
Testimony: (Required.) What would you like to say? What
did you do during the Movement, what did it mean to you, and what
have you been up to since?
You can type directly into the box below (it will scroll to the
length you need), or you can cut and paste unformatted text from
a word processer (text only). Please look at the Guidelines for what is appropriate.
Note Some testimony is required. You can say
whatever you want, but you must say something. (If you wish, you
can write your statement with a wordprocessor such as Microsoft
Word, save it as "text-only" and copy/paste it into the box
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