Civil Rights Movement Archive
The Stories We Always Wanted to Tell

Short stories about events we participated in, experiences we had, and the people we knew and loved.


Chude AllenMy Mother and Father Believe Ours Is a Good Country 2010
Ellen Broms"High Yellow" 2010
Kathy CadeMy First Demonstration, Atlanta, 1962 2010
Hardy FryeEveryone Was a Leader 2010
Maria GitinStory From Wilcox County, Alabama 2010
Miriam Glickman    Our Mississippi Dilemma 2010
Linda HalpernThe Shooting of Silas McGhee 2010
Bruce HartfordAlbert Turner & the Rocking Chair 2010
Stu House"Inciting to Riot" in Selma AL 2010
Don JelinekThe Two Cows 2010
Adam KlineGreenwood, Mississippi 2010
Sherie LabedisFireball in the Night 2010
Betita Martinez    Liz is Betita: A SNCC Memory 2010
Mike MillerThe Agitator 2010
Wazir PeacockFighting for Freedom in the Mississippi Delta 2010
Jimmy RogersAn Experience with Violence in Lowndes County, Alabama 2010
Scott B. SmithPeep-a-Boo — In the Graveyard 2010
Nancy StollerBowling in Prince Georges County, Maryland 2010
Rick TuttleThe Brutal Winona, Mississippi Jail Beatings of June 1963 2010
Bob WeilA Faulkner Tale 2010
Bright WinnMrs. Magruder 2010
Michael WrightSNCC and My Movement Life 2010

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