The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) was founded over the Easter weekend in April of 1960 at Shaw University in Raleigh NC.
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The SNCC 60th Anniversary Conference was originally planned as a 2020 in-person event in Washington DC, But the conference planned for that year had to be postponed due to the Covid pandemic. It was converted from an in-person event to a virtual remote-event and held in October 2021.
Small Group Discussion Transcripts
Transcripts of eight small group discussions by Freedom Movement veterans evaluating the Movement and assessing how it affected them.
SNCC's 50th Anniversary Reunion & Conference was held in April 2010 at Shaw University, Raleigh NC.
SNCC 50th #1 ~ Opening Plenary ~ Video
SNCC 50th #2 ~ Early Student Movement Philosophy and Activism ~ Video
SNCC 50th #3 ~ From Student Activist to Field Organizers ~ Video
SNCC 50th #4 ~ SNCC Builds an Organization ~ Video
SNCC 50th #5 ~ The Raleigh Civil Rights Movement ~ Video
SNCC 50th #6 ~ Luncheon Keynote: Rev James Lawson ~ Video
SNCC 50th #7 ~ The Societal Response to SNCC ~ Video
SNCC's 40th Anniversary Reunion & Conference was held in April 2000 at Shaw University, Raleigh NC.
SNCC 40th #1 ~ Conference welcome and remembrance of Ms. Ella Baker, ~ Video
SNCC 40th #2 ~ Remembrance of Ms. Ella Baker, continued ~ Video
SNCC 40th #3 ~ Ella Baker discussion continued and general discussion, ~ Video
SNCC 40th #4 ~ Workshop discussing strategies and tactics of organizing, ~ Video
SNCC 40th #5 ~ The role of struggle in the development of a democratic society, ~ Video
SNCC 40th #6 ~ Remembrances of the first meeting organizing SNCC, ~ Video
SNCC 40th #7 ~ Remembrance of Ms. Ella Baker by Ann Braden, ~ Video